Announcements

  1. 2/11/2020

    Chancellor Carranza Launches the 14th Annual NYC School Survey

    Students, parents, and staff members can complete the survey until March 31

  2. 2/10/2020

    Chancellor Carranza Celebrates Respect for All Week

    Schools across New York City will participate in Respect for All Week, culminating in National No One Eats Alone Day

  3. 2/10/2020

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Paul Simon Music Fellows Program Benefitting NYC Public Schools' Music and Arts Curriculum

    $1 million grant will fund a fellowship with 40 middle and high school music teachers over two years; additional fellows will be selected in subsequent years

  4. 2/5/2020

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Accelerated Expansion of 3-K for All

    City will now serve 26,000 three-year-olds across all five boroughs in 2020-21 school year

  5. 1/28/2020

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Success of Community Schools: Increased Academic Outcomes Across City

    Independent, three-year research report finds Community Schools significantly improve graduation rates and test scores; reduce chronic absenteeism and disciplinary incidents

  6. 1/10/2020

    Chancellor Carranza Celebrates College Awareness Day

    Schools across New York City will participate in college- and career-themed events, building on City’s record-high college enrollment

  7. 12/18/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Launches Applications For Second Cohort Of Bronx Plan

    Cohort One celebrates investments including $13 million in capital projects and 500 teachers receiving hard-to-staff differential

  8. 12/13/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Record 447 Million Dollar Investment in High-Quality Arts Education

    Annual Arts in Schools Report shows $14 million increase in arts education spending and record number of arts teachers

  9. 12/12/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Substantial Gains In Student Reading Within First Two Years Of Universal Literacy Initiative

    Year Two Universal Literacy Evaluation shows impacts of coaching on student literacy

  10. 12/11/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces 72 Percent Increase In Students Taking Computer Science Since Launch Of Computer Science For All

    Record number of students received Computer Science education Record number of teachers trained through Computer Science for All initiative

  11. 12/11/2019

    Mayor de Blasio And Chancellor Carranza Announce 13 Million Dollar Grant To Strengthen Instruction For Multilingual Learners

    Five-year grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation facilitated through the Fund for Public Schools will help strengthen instruction for multilingual learners at 45 schools

  12. 12/11/2019

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Rename Queens Elementary School to Honor Hector Figueroa

    The Héctor Figueroa School opened at the start of the 2019-20 school year

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