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  1. 6/28/2017

    Mayor De Blasio, Chancellor Fariña and City Officials Deliver Commencement Addresses to 2017 Graduates

    Heads of Agencies Speak to High School Seniors and Families, Deliver Personal Messages to Graduates across New York City

  2. 6/22/2017

    DOE Kicks Off Summer Meals Program, Bringing Free, Nutritious Breakfast and Lunch to NYC Children

    More than 7.5 million free, healthy meals will be distributed from June 29 to September 1 at nearly 1,100 sites in all 5 boroughs for students 18 years old and younger. Partnership with NYPD will bring summer meals to PAL Youth Police Academies PLAYSTREETS and Harmony Days

  3. 6/20/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Announces 193 Middle Schools Will Join College Access for All Next Year

    Through College Access for All, Approximately 44,000 7th-Graders will Tour College Campuses Next Year. Part of Equity and Excellence for All Agenda Made Possible by Mayoral Control

  4. 6/6/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Releases Equity and Excellence for All: Diversity in New York City Public Schools

    School Diversity Plan is Next Step Towards More Diverse and Inclusive Schools and Classrooms

  5. 5/12/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Announces 2017 Big Apple Award Winners

    Record High 7,800 Nominations Submitted by Students, Families, School Staff, and Community Members to Honor Outstanding Teachers

  6. 5/5/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Kicks Off Third Annual Borough-Wide Arts Festivals

    Students From Over 460 Schools Showcasing Work at Visual and Performing Arts Festivals. City has Highest Number of Arts Teachers in 11 Years

  7. 5/2/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Single-Stall Student Restrooms Initiative

    Every School Will Designate a Single-Stall Restroom for Student Use by January 2018. New Facilities Will Provide Additional Privacy for All Students

  8. 4/26/2017

    Chancellor Fariña Announces New Student Success Centers Serving 15 Schools at 4 Campuses

    Student Success Centers Offer a Critical Resource on Path to College and Careers

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