Announcements

  1. 8/8/2019

    Record Number of NYC Students Teachers and Families Complete NYC School Survey

    More than 1 million responses show high level of satisfaction & enthusiasm with NYC schools

  2. 7/26/2019

    Mayor de Blasio Announces CareerREADY NYC: A Holistic Approach to Prepare NYC Youth for Career Success

    New initiative aligns education, career exploration, work experience, and youth development from middle school through college; Major changes to Summer Youth Employment Program highlight an array of new programs serving young New Yorkers

  3. 7/9/2019

    Mayor de Blasio Speaker Johnson Help District Council 1707 Local 205 and the Day Care Council of New York Reach Tentative Contract Agreement for Early Childhood Education Employees

    Contract follows de Blasio Administration’s budget handshake commitment to address issues of early childhood teacher recruitment and retention

  4. 6/28/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Updated Transgender and First-Ever Gender Inclusion Guidelines For New York City Schools

    Students can change their name and gender on school records without legal documentation, families can self-report their child’s gender upon enrollment

  5. 6/20/2019

    Mayor de Blasio First Lady McCray and Chancellor Carranza Announce Major Expansion of Social-Emotional Learning and Restorative Justice Across All City Schools

    Partnership with Sanford Harmony program to expand Social-Emotional Learning support to all NYC elementary schools; 85 clinical social workers to provide earlier intervention for students in need; all high schools and middle schools to receive Restorative Justice training; NYC Schools to keep suspensions below 20 days in most cases except those that involve serious or violent incidents

  6. 6/13/2019

    Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carranza Announce Adoption of School Diversity Advisory Group Recommendations

    City will adopt 62 recommendations, announces first five districts receiving new school diversity grants

  7. 6/13/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Celebrates Fifth Annual Borough Arts Festivals

    Approximately 3,200 students across five boroughs have showcased their work

  8. 5/30/2019

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Over 9500 Families Receiving 3-K for All Offers

    For the first time this fall, 3-K for All will be in all five boroughs

  9. 5/29/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Launches Community Outreach Campaign for Annual Free Summer Meals Program Available to All New Yorkers 18 and Under

    Breakfast and lunch available at approximately 1,200 sites across the city from June 27 to August 30

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