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
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
Schools across New York City will participate in college- and career-themed events, building on City’s record-high college enrollment
Graduation Rate Rises to 75.9 Percent, Increases Across All Boroughs
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today celebrated the fourth annual College Awareness Day with middle school students in Brooklyn.
Today, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña visited Social Studies classes at PS 150 in Queens, one of the 866 elementary and middle schools using the Department of Education's Passport to Social Studies curriculum. The Passport was introduced in the 2016-17 school year and has now been adopted by over 70 percent of the City's elementary and middle schools in its second year.
Today, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña joined students from the Bronx and Queens for a visit to the NYC Center for Aerospace and Applied Mathematics (Space Center).
63 pre-K Dual Language programs will be offered in five languages across the City beginning in September 2018.
Record-high 61,800 juniors took the SAT in the first year of the citywide SAT School Day – up from 40,803 juniors last year
Chancellor Fariña Announces Annual Arts in School Report, Celebrating Record-High Number of Certified Arts Teachers Citywide
Report Shows $17 Million Increase in Arts Programming Across All Schools
NYC schools Pre-K through 12 engage students and families around early college awareness. Schools will participate in college and career events throughout January, DOE’s College and Career Month