Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his tenth State of the State address, entitled “Making Progress Happen,” in Albany on Wednesday as state lawmakers returned to the capital for the beginning of the 2020 legislative session.
Education is one of the biggest things that matters to us, to the whole world. It's a place where we can learn and experience new things. It helps us achieve the goals we want. It gives us opportunities to grow and reach our career dreams. It helps shape us into the person we want to be, and that is why we depend on education so much. There are many reasonings to why we want to go into school, but there are also many reasons on why some people can't get the education they would like to have. That is why I will be sharing about why education is unequal and how it affects others, but also about how we can demolish the inequality in education.
A bill introduced in late November by freshman Sen. Rachel May, D-Syracuse, would compel the state Commissioner of Education to make recommendations to the Board of Regents regarding the implementation of a climate change curriculum in state senior high schools.
The State Education Department has made progress in ensuring school districts across New York are protecting students from harassment and discrimination, according to a follow-up report released last week by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.
As the first child in my family to attend college, I didn’t have someone tell me what to expect when I stepped foot into university. I had to lead on my own and go through trial and error on my own. As I am in my second year of college now, I know what to expect more. From Freshman year to now, here are seven things that no one told me about college.
Many students are introduced to sex education courses from middle to high school. They are taught of abstinence, birth control, and STDs. However, one topic is not introduced, which is: Intersexuality. In this article, we will be diving into why teaching students intersex is important.
The state Senate Committee on Higher Education will hold a series of public hearings across the state to discuss the cost of public higher education, financial aid programs, state support, TAP/GAP, student borrowing and other challenges to affordability and accessibility.