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  1. 7/2/2021

    Chancellor Porter Launches the DOE’s Summer Meal Program

    Meals are available at approximately 400 community sites citywide and to students at all Summer Rising locations.

  2. 7/26/2019

    Mayor de Blasio Announces CareerREADY NYC: A Holistic Approach to Prepare NYC Youth for Career Success

    New initiative aligns education, career exploration, work experience, and youth development from middle school through college; Major changes to Summer Youth Employment Program highlight an array of new programs serving young New Yorkers

  3. 7/9/2019

    Mayor de Blasio Speaker Johnson Help District Council 1707 Local 205 and the Day Care Council of New York Reach Tentative Contract Agreement for Early Childhood Education Employees

    Contract follows de Blasio Administration’s budget handshake commitment to address issues of early childhood teacher recruitment and retention

  4. 7/30/2018

    Chancellor Carranza, Lincoln Center Announce Record High Number Of Students Participating In Arts Audition Boot Camp

    Nearly all students who participated in Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp last year received offers to a high school arts program for the 2018-19 school year

  5. 7/26/2018

    Chancellor Carranza and Commissioner Trottenberg Announce Expansion of Bike Safety Education Program

    Bike Safety Education Program currently at 13 middle schools on Staten Island will expand to serve 6,000 students at middle schools in every borough

  6. 7/24/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Honors 2018 Remarkable Graduates

    Graduates from all five boroughs honored for their persistence and perseverance

  7. 7/10/2018

    Chancellor Carranza Launches New Department of Education Website

    New mobile-ready site is family-focused and more accessible, and continues to be translated into nine languages

  8. 7/31/2017

    Chancellor Fariña, Lincoln Center Expand Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp, Kick Off Summer Program

    Program provides intensive prep to Title 1 middle school students applying to arts high schools. 240 students benefiting from summer program, more than double since 2014

  9. 7/26/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Announces 175 More High Schools to Implement College Access for All

    Key Initiative in Mayor and Chancellor’s Equity and Excellence for All Agenda. 274 total high schools will participate in College Access for All in 2017-18

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