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  1. 2/13/2015

    City Announces School Climate Reforms

    Policy Changes Will Promote Safety and Dignity of All Students. Improved Policy to Continue Positive Trend of Declining Crime, Suspensions, Arrests and Summonses in City Schools. More than $5 Million Dedicated to Initiatives to Create Fairer, Safer, and More Supportive Schools for All Students

  2. 2/11/2015

    Chancellor Fariña Encourages Parents to Get Involved By Running For an Education Council Seat

    The 36 Community Education Councils include 32 District Councils and Four Citywide Councils, one each for High Schools, English Language Learners, Special Education and District 75. CCECs Offer Parents an Opportunity to Shape Educational Policies in their Districts and Make a Direct Impact in their School Communities

  3. 2/5/2015

    City Announces New Streamlined Pre-K Enrollment Process

    Under new process, families will submit a single application covering full-day pre-K in district schools and early education centers. Families will be able to make their pre-K decision earlier than ever before

  4. 1/22/2015

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Streamlined School Support System to Lift Struggling Schools and Increase Accountability

    New structure to align support and supervision, and provide equitable guidance to hold struggling schools accountable

  5. 1/21/2015

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Creation of New Office of Community Schools

    Nonprofit and Public Sector Leader Christopher Caruso Will Lead Efforts to Expand Transformative Community Schools Model in New York City

  6. 1/14/2015

    Chancellor Fariña to Launch 40 Dual Language Programs in September

    New Citywide Initiative expands Dual-Language seats across the five boroughs. Schools to receive $25,000 planning grant; targeted professional development for teachers, principals and assistant principals

  7. 1/8/2015

    Chancellor Announces the 2015 Community and Citywide Education Council Elections

    Councils Offer Parents an Opportunity for District and Citywide Leadership with a Strong Voice in Education Policy. All Parents are Encouraged to Apply

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