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Become Leaders in Your Children's Schools with We Are New York
Watch "Welcome, Parents" and "Stay in School" to learn how to become more involved in your children's education.
Becoming a Parent Leader
When families are involved in education, schools and students benefit. All parents should get involved in their own child’s education. There are also many school, district, and citywide leadership opportunities for parents who want to take on a greater role in the schools.
How to Help Your Child with Homework
Beehive, a nonprofit, provides suggestions to parents who want to help students with homework.
Learn How to Get an ID (Identification)
Having an ID is one of the keys to success. Learn how to apply for a birth certificate, Social Security card, and non-driver State ID.
Performance & Accountability
Get recent reports, a calendar of City and State assessment, and related resources from the Department of Education's website.
Practice your English with We Are New York
We Are New York is a new TV show that can help you improve your English and learn about NYC services.
Want to find out about a teacher before signing up for your classes? Visit to see what other students have to say.
Resources for Learning with Technology
Power to Learn provides information and activities for parents and kids online.
The Department of Pupil Transportation provides tips for boarding the bus or train and for walking and bicycling to school.
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