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  1. 9/12/2022

    Mayor Adams, Schools Chancellor Banks Announce Historic Public-Private Partnership for Career Readiness and Modern Youth Apprenticeship Program

    Student Pathways Lays Strong Foundation for All NYC Public School Students, Creating Pathways to Rewarding Careers and Long-Term Economic Security. Initiative Includes Historic Public-Private Partnership Dramatically Expanding Career-Connected Learning and Opens up Apprenticeships for 3,000 NYC Students at Some of NYC's Largest Employers

  2. 9/2/2022

    Chancellor Banks Re-Organizes Central Staff & Resources To Better Support Students

    The re-assignment of approx. $100,000,000 in resources is a result of Chancellor Banks’ focus on putting Department of Education directly in support of students and schools.

  3. 8/19/2022

    Adams Administration Announces 'Project Open Arms,' Comprehensive Support Plan to Meet Educational Needs of Families Seeking Asylum

    ‘Project Open Arms’ Will Provide Wraparound Services for New Students Entering School System, Including Academic, Social-Emotional, and Language-Access Supports. Plan Includes Targeted Resources for Asylum-Seeking Families Currently Living in and out of City’s Shelter System

  4. 7/8/2022

    Mayor Adams and Chancellor Banks Announce Kickoff of 2022 Free Summer Meals Program

    Free Breakfast and Lunch Will Be Available to All New Yorkers Under Age of 18

  5. 6/27/2022

    Mayor Adams and Chancellor Banks Introduce New Public School Superintendents

    Hired with an unprecedented amount of family and community involvement, 45 superintendents begin on July 1

  6. 6/23/2022

    Chancellor Banks Announces Virtual High School Programs

    A School Without Walls Program will provide hybrid and fully virtual pathways for 200 rising 9th graders this fall

  7. 6/23/2022

    Mayor Eric Adams and Schools Chancellor David C. Banks Partner With Planet Fitness To Provide Free Summer Access to Fitness for All NYC High School Students

    The High School Summer Pass program gives NYC teens ages 14-19 the opportunity to work out for free all summer long