Chancellor Carranza Announces Streamlined Support and Leadership Structure for New York City Schools
Superintendents and Field Support Centers will be overseen by nine Executive Superintendents who will report to the First Deputy Chancellor. New Leadership Team includes a realigned structure and newly created Chief Academic Officer and Deputy Chancellor positions
All 3-K and Pre-K families will receive three free books to support summer learning, and have access to 6,000 books online
This is the first districtwide middle school diversity plan in New York City, and will prioritize 25 percent of seats for students from low-income families with lower academic performance in middle school admissions.
Meals available at nearly 1,200 sites across the City from June 27 to August 31
As Chief Financial Officer, Oates will oversee the DOE’s $25 billion annual operating budget and the allocation of resources across all schools and programs.
Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Plan to Improve Diversity at Specialized High Schools
Plan will increase enrollment of disadvantaged students, eliminate single admission test through new legislation 10 percent of specialized high school students are Black or Latino, compared to nearly 70 percent citywide.
p.s. alumni will bring over 400 former NYC public school students into classrooms across the city to discuss college and career readiness with over 10,000 students
Sharp will oversee management of the Chancellor’s Executive Office and serve as key advisor
Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza Announce Four Times More Children Receiving 3-K for All Offers
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced 3,257 families are receiving offers to free, full-day, high-quality 3-K for All across six community school districts –up from 793 offers across two community school districts last year.
Comprehensive health education initiative will improve instruction for students, increase supports for teachers, and enhance community partnerships
6,500 Nominations Submitted by Students, Families, School Staff, and Community Members to Honor Outstanding Teachers