Chancellor Carmen Fariña today released Equity and Excellence for All: Diversity in New York City Public Schools. The release of this diversity plan is the
This year, 19 recipients were selected.
Read today’s press release about the expansion of the Community Schools Initiative.
Read the press release about SAT School Day.
Learn about bilingual expansion in NYC Schools.
Read the press release about the district and citywide councils that offer parents an opportunity to shape education policy.
Read the press release about a new rigorous evaluation system that will continue the City’s focus on developing better teachers and principals.
Read the press release about the increased investment in arts education.
Read the press release about a new literacy enrichment pilot for elementary school students living in shelters.
Computer science education week is part of a national and global effort supported by more than 100,000 educators and 350 partners that encourages schools to celebrate computer science education.
Read the press release about the increased number of juniors taking the SAT exams.
Read the press release on the record high percentage of students enrolling in college.
Read the Press Release about the expansion of Team Up! Tuesday.
Read the Press Release about the new It’s Elementary! school admissions events.
Read the Press Release about the fifth annual Big Apple Awards: Recognizing Teacher Excellence in New York City.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the expansion of Showcase Schools, the Middle School Quality Initiative (MSQI), and Learning Partners.
College Application Week begins today! A record 365 high schools across every borough are participating.
Learn about an English Language Learner parent conference to focus on the high school and college application process and services for English Language Learners. In this event, the Chancellor kicks-off a series of language specific conferences in Spanish, Arabic, Bengali, and Mandarin.
A Forum that will highlight lessons learned from NYC’s Pre-K for All expansion and create nationwide network of pre-K leaders to foster long-term collaboration.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced a new partnership with the City’s three library systems, Google and Sprint to offer free Wi-Fi hotspots available for year-long rental to public school students and families to increase internet access at home.