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  1. 4/18/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Winners of Computer Science for All Hack League

    Through Computer Science for All, every elementary, middle and high school student will learn computer science by 2025

  2. 4/9/2019

    Chancellor Carranza Announces Bronx Plan Hard-to-Staff Salary Differential

    Initiative will include 10 Bronx District 75 schools in addition to 50 previously announced Collaborative Schools

  3. 4/9/2018

    Letter to Families from Chancellor Richard A. Carranza

    It is my pleasure to serve as your Schools Chancellor. I am eager to meet parents and families, and hear your hopes for your children and schools.

  4. 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

  5. 4/25/2017

    Chancellor Fariña and Commissioner O’Neill Announce Expansion of Team Up! Tuesday to 150 High Schools

    Schools Hosting Events with Police Officers and Students to Build Community Relationships

  6. 4/25/2017

    Mayor de Blasio, Chancellor Fariña and City Council Announce Every Classroom Will Have Air Conditioning by 2022

    City dedicating $28.75 Million to Install Air Conditioning in All classrooms

  7. 4/22/2016

    On Earth Day, Chancellor Fariña Announces Solar Installations at 101 School Buildings, Part of the Solar Schools Initiative

    Solar Panel Installations Now Completed at 35 Schools Across New York City, With Solar Installations Planned at 66 More – Ultimately Generating Nearly 16MW of Solar Capacity. Schools Across City Celebrating Earth Day with Activities Focused on Sustainability

  8. 4/13/2016

    1300 Students Attend First-Ever Exclusive Student Matinee of Hamilton on Broadway

    Partnership with HAMILTON, New York City Department of Education, The Rockefeller Foundation, and Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Provides 20,000 Students Tickets to See Musical. Student representatives from 12 New York City high schools will perform songs, rap, poetry, scenes and monologues, created as part of HAMILTON curriculum

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