Office of Communications and Media Relations

  1. 2/1/2021

    Chancellor Carranza Kicks Off 2021 Community and Citywide Education Council Elections

    Application period for seats on Community and Citywide Councils opens today, February 1; For the first time, all NYC parents are eligible to vote

  2. 1/18/2021

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Record High Graduation Rate, Record High College Enrollment

    Graduation rate rises to 78.8 percent, increase of 10 percentage points since the start of the administration

  3. 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

  4. 5/13/2020

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Record High Percentage Of Families Receiving Top Choice Pre-K Offer

    90 percent of families receive offer to one of their top three choices; 77 percent receive first choice offer

  5. 5/1/2020

    Mayor de Blasio And Chancellor Carranza Announce "Let's Learn NYC" A New Television Program From WNET To Support Remote Learning

    Beginning Monday, May 4, the new educational public television program for young learners will air weekdays at 11:00AM EST on THIRTEEN

  6. 2/21/2020

    Mayor de Blasio Chancellor Carranza and Commissioner Campion Announce Mental Health and Social Services for Department of Education Employees

    Expanded NYC Employee Assistance Program will increase access to mental health and quality of life services for DOE employees and their families

  7. 2/18/2020

    Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Celebrate Success on National Evaluation Systems of Pre-K for All

    National program assessment systems find Pre-K for All leads to positive outcomes for students

  8. 2/11/2020

    Chancellor Carranza Launches the 14th Annual NYC School Survey

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

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