Announcements

  1. 11/5/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Record 17 Billion Dollar Proposed Capital Plan

    Largest ever capital plan for Fiscal Years 2020-2024 dedicates $750 million for increased building accessibility, $8.8 billion for new seats and school buildings and accelerates roll-out of AC for All by one year

  2. 11/1/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Additional Supports for Students in Temporary Housing

    Additional $12 million investment brings total investment in targeted programs for students in temporary housing to $28 million

  3. 10/25/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Celebrates the Expansion of the Comfort Dog Program and the Launch of the Pre-Canine for All Training Program

    45 schools currently participating in program, expected to grow to approximately 60 this year

  4. 10/23/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Highlights New Addition to PS 19 in Corona

    New 844-seat addition in Corona replaces Temporary Classroom Units (TCUs) and is fully equipped with state-of-the-art music and art rooms, gymnasium and rooftop playground

  5. 10/23/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Announces 467 High Schools Participating in College Application Week

    Initiative promotes college and career culture across every borough

  6. 10/15/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Seventh Annual Big Apple Awards Honoring Outstanding Teachers

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

  7. 10/12/2018

    Mayor de Blasio And UFT Reach Preliminary Agreement On 43-month Contract Promoting Equity and Excellence For All Agenda

    Bronx Plan will include additional pay for teachers in 180 high-needs schools and Collaborative Schools Model of decision-making

  8. 9/26/2018

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce NYC Students Continue to Outperform NY State on English Exams and Continue to Close Gap on Math Exams

    Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced that New York City students are outperforming New York State on State English exams, and are continuing to close the gap with the State on State math exams. New York City students outperformed the State on State English exams for the first time ever in 2016 and have now done so for three years in a row.

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