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  1. 3/15/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Shared Teams Public Schools Athletic League Pilot

    Pilot includes 26 high schools serving 8,500 students in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan

  2. 3/11/2019

    Mayor de Blasio Chancellor Carranza and Brooklyn Borough President Adams Announce Citywide Meatless Mondays

    Beginning in the 2019-20 school year, all schools will serve vegetarian menus on Mondays

  3. 3/20/2018

    Chancellor Fariña Kicks Off Summer In The City Registration

    Free, Full-Day Summer Programming Available for Students of All Ages across the City

  4. 3/15/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Kicks Off Summer in the City Applications

    Families can find more information on new and expanded summer enrichment opportunities

  5. 3/7/2017

    New York City Named Great District for Great Teachers by National Council on Teacher Quality

    Award Recognizes Investments in Professional Development and Teacher Leadership

  6. 3/25/2016

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Appointment of Sarah Troup Geisenheimer as Executive Director of the Fund for Public Schools

    Experienced Nonprofit Leader Will Strengthen Public-Private Partnerships to Support New York City’s 1.1 Million Students

  7. 3/9/2016

    Chancellor Fariña Announces New Computer Science Education to Reach Over 150 Schools

    800 teachers will attend STEM Institute training and bring high-demand STEM subjects to their schools in 2016-17 school year, including up to 400 in computer science

  8. 3/3/2016

    Chancellor Fariña and Commissioner Garcia Announce Zero Waste Schools Initiative

    Launching in September 2016, more than 100 schools to decrease waste to landfills and reach zero waste in five years

  9. 3/2/2016

    New Independent Research Shows High Family Satisfaction with Pre-K For All Programs

    92% of Families Surveyed Rated Their Child’s Pre-K for All Program Good or Excellent

  10. 3/1/2016

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Summer in the City

    New approach to summer learning includes a revamped summer school curriculum with visits to cultural institutions, as well as STEM and college readiness enrichment programs. City expanding programming to serve over 150,000 students across five boroughs

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