NYC Department of Education
The Department of Education (DOE ) Parent and Families page provides a plethora of useful information regarding NYC public school education, summer opportunities for children and even parent leadership involvement. For more information:
Division of Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
The NYC Department of Education is dedicated to creating and supporting partnerships between schools, families and the community. As a central resource for family engagement, the Division of Family and Community Engagement strives to involve and inform parent leaders and families as essential partners in helping students achieve college and career readiness. For more information, visit:
For more information, visit the Pre-K resource page:
After School Programs
The New York City Department of Youth and Community Development offers engaging high quality programs for young people in all five boroughs of New York City during the hours they are not in school. For more information see:
Special Education Assistance
For further information: http://schools.nyc.gov/Academics/SpecialEducation/default.htm
Resources for Children with Special Needs: http://resourcesnyc.org/
The Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution: http://www.imcr.org/
The Office of Adult and Continuing Education at the Department of Education
The New York City Office of Adult and Continuing Education (OACE) is the largest provider of adult literacy education services in the state. They are an integral part of the City of New York Department of Education's District 79 – Alternative Schools and Programs.
They offer over 900 classes for adults age 21 and over. They operate four Adult Learning Centers located in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and The Bronx. They offer day and evening classes Monday through Saturday at more than 300 sites in all five boroughs, including public schools, community centers and faith-based organizations. Students can take classes at any of their sites, regardless of which borough they live in. All classes are taught by certified teachers and are offered free of charge (tuition-free).
Ongoing registration for classes in Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency (GED), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and Career and Technical Education (CTE) is held regularly at schools and offices around the city.
For more information: http://schools.nyc.gov/ChoicesEnrollment/SpecialPrograms/AdultEd/default.htm
Archdiocese of NY
Private Schools in the Bronx
The following is a link to the Private Schools in the Bronx:
Bronx Charter School Listings
Below is a listing of all Bronx Charter Schools as well as a link to the NYC Charter Center Website.