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  1. 11/21/2022

    Chancellors’ Banks and Matos Rodríguez Announce Nation’s Largest Partnership Between Higher Education and K-12 To Deliver Computing and Digital Literacy Skills to Teachers

    ‘Computing Integrated Teacher Education’ will Prepare More than 1,000 NYC Teachers to Integrate Computing Across Subjects and Enhance Students’ Critical-Thinking, Problem-Solving Skills. Four-Year, $14 Million Commitment Includes New York City Public Schools, CUNY, Google, Robin Hood and Gotham Gives

  2. 11/15/2022

    Chancellor Banks Celebrates the Return of School Field Trips With Visit to the American Museum of Natural History

    Experiential learning and school field trips are back in full swing for NYC Public School students

  3. 11/7/2022

    Mayor Adams, Chancellor Banks Announce That No School Will Lose Money Due to Mid-Year Enrollment Losses

    Mid-year adjustment expected to result in approximately $200 million increase to school budgets. Schools that would receive additional funding through the mid-year adjustment because of an increase in student enrollment will receive a full increase in funding.

  4. 11/3/2022

    New York City Mayor Eric Adams & Chancellor David C. Banks Announce Investment, Rapid-Response Support to Stabilize Early Childhood Education Sector

    Stabilization plan ensures community-based providers will be paid at least 75% of their FY22 contract values. A Rapid Response Team will meet with every provider with outstanding invoices to provide intensive support in getting paid.

  5. 11/6/2020

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Ninth Annual Big Apple Awards Honoring Outstanding Teachers

    Students, Families, School Staff, and Community Members Invited to Nominate Outstanding Teachers from Across New York City

  6. 11/21/2019

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Record High 48782 New York City Students Enrolling in College

    College enrollment hits record high of 62 percent of graduating students, an 11 percentage point increase since the start of this administration

  7. 11/13/2019

    Chancellor Carranza And President Grillo Announce Expanded Inspections And Remediation Of Common Spaces In Schools

    Cafeterias and libraries have been stabilized and will be remediated by the end of the school year