The school is the latest to pull out of Westchester County, as the pandemic exacerbates ongoing financial woes in higher learning.
How Westchester's bastions of higher education are helping graduates celebrate this (and past) year's accomplishments safely.
Looking for the best education in Westchester? Our guides to the region's leading nurseries, high schools, and colleges has it all.
Among the countless things Westchester can be proud of is the quality and diversity of its top-quality private high schools.
Rye Neck High School K-12 administrator Valerie Feit has coauthored a new book that looks toward a future of hybrid, community-based education.
Yonkers woodshop teacher Ross Porter repairs worn desks and offers them for free to a host of deserving kids in the region.
A closer look inside five of our county’s public school districts reveals an army of educators making a difference.
The following are the results of a poll we ran in December 2020 on www.westchestermagazine.com, answered by parents with children in Westchester public schools.*
As the first Hispanic woman to lead Purchase College in its 53-year history, Dr. Milagros Peña promotes equality and diversity.
Miss Turner will not be returning to Mamaroneck High School this September. She is retiring after 50 years as a history teacher.
The six areas in which public schools and education have changed the most.