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  1. 3/21/2014

    Chancellor Fariña and City Council Chair of the Education Committee Daniel Dromm Congratulate 38 ‘Respect For All’ Schools

    These schools have demonstrated successful ways that school communities can work together to create safe, nurturing environments for our students to excel

  2. 3/3/2014

    Chancellor Carmen Fariña Kicks Off Public School Pre-K Admissions

    As City Works Towards Historic, Full-day, High-quality Pre-k Expansion, DOE Opens Application Process to Families for Public School Programs. Grassroots Awareness Campaign – Utilizing Subway Ads, Phone Calls, Social Media, and On-the-Ground Canvassing – Will Inform Parents of Pre-K Options, Process, and Benefits

  3. 2/21/2014

    NYC Department of Education Releases Record Results from the City’s First-Ever Online Kindergarten Application, Kindergarten Connect

    Nearly 48,000 Families Applied Online Through Kindergarten Connect Since January 13, 2014

  4. 2/12/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Extension of the Kindergarten Application Deadline to Thursday, February 20th

    Parents Can Apply Online through Kindergarten Connect, on the Phone in over 200 Different Languages, or in Person at an Enrollment Office

  5. 2/12/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces the Appointment of Josh Wallack as Chief Strategy Officer

    Longtime Public Servant Chosen to Oversee Strategic Trajectory, Shift Focus Back to Instruction and Improving Our Schools, and Help Lead Implementation of Universal Pre-Kindergarten

  6. 2/10/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces the Appointment of Maite Junco as Senior Advisor for Communications and External Affairs

    Longtime Journalist to Oversee the Department's Media Relations and Government Affairs Operations

  7. 1/29/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces New Appointments at Department Of Education Headquarters

    Veteran Educators to Lead Tweed into a New Era of School Support. New Leadership Will Renew Emphasis on Improving Instruction to Enhance Learning

  8. 12/30/2013

    Mayor Elect De Blasio Appoints Carmen Fariña As Schools Chancellor

    New administration poised to make parents partners in the school system, de-emphasize high-stakes testing, implement universal pre-kindergarten and after-school for middle schoolers. A former New York City public school teacher, principal, superintendent and deputy chancellor, Fariña pledges to put focus on better performance across all schools

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