31,000 books lined up at schools believed to be world record
The more than 3 miles of books were donated to Wyandanch schools and the community.
LI officials at skilled workers forum: College isn't the only viable path
Lawmakers and educators discuss the need for more skilled trades workers and more training for young Long Islanders.
State college campus aimed at older students opens in Selden
The new branch, opened in Selden, awards academic credit based on life and work experience.
Parent group seeks to address overcrowding in school district
A co-founder said the group has 500 members and seeks to build community awareness, foster togetherness.
School leaders: State aid formula 'broken, convoluted'
Some state lawmakers said they are looking at possible changes in the aid formula, including the way the state counts impoverished students.
LI school representative discuss issues with funding
Representatives from schools across Long Island met at a regional state-sponsored roundtable session in Seaford on Wednesday to discuss the "foundation aid" ...
LI special-needs musicians head to championships
The FREE Players Drum & Bugle Corps, a special-needs drum corps from Old Bethpage, is headed to Indianapolis Wednesday to compete in ...
Oceanside voters reject bond issue for heat, a/c upgrades
The bond issue failed by a margin of 1,482 no votes to 961 yes votes, said Donna Kraus, a spokeswoman for Oceanside School District.
Chuck Schumer presses for study of school bus cameras
The study could result in the release of federal money to municipalities weighing the cost of the camera program, Schumer said in Great Neck.
Joel supports regional school for the arts
The Grammy winner was part of a panel emphasizing the importance of arts in public education.