The head of library services at the New York City Department of Education will become associate director of curriculum solutions at Rosen Publishing.
That new book smell may soon be a thing of the past for New York City’s schoolchildren. A $30 million contract will reshape the way ebooks are used in the nation’s largest school system.
A petition by the Harlem Council of Elders calls on state and city officials to rectify the dearth of librarians by the start of the next school year.
Despite complaints from a contingent of parents about a photo of a gun on the cover, the New York City Department of Education has no plans to remove Jason Reynolds’s YA novel from lists of suggested reading material for seventh and eighth graders.