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  1. 11/20/2015

    Chancellor Fariña Announces New Admissions Pilot at Seven Elementary Schools Designed to Promote Diversity

    Changes Reflect the Mayor and Chancellor’s Commitment to Fostering Diversity in City Schools. Result of Collaboration Between DOE, Principals, School Communities and City Council. Changes Will Go into Effect for This Year’s Kindergarten Admissions for the 2016–17 School Year

  2. 11/16/2015

    Chancellor Announces Fourth Annual Big Apple Awards to Recognize Teacher Excellence

    The nomination period is starting a month earlier this year, giving students and families more time to nominate exceptional educators

  3. 11/10/2015

    Chancellor Fariña Releases Redesigned School Quality Reports - Announces More Students Enrolling in College

    Improved School Quality Snapshots and School Quality Guides Aligned to Framework for Great Schools Offer More Accessible, Usable Information for Families and Educators. City Redoubling Its Efforts on College Readiness through College Access for All, AP for All, SAT School Day

  4. 11/2/2015

    Chancellor Fariña Launches NYC Reads 365

    Chancellor kicks off citywide literacy effort with children’s author Jon Scieszka. NYC Reads 365 underscores City’s commitment to universal 2nd grade literacy and equity and excellence in literacy education

  5. 11/17/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Celebrates Start of College Application Week

    Reflects City’s Commitment to Promoting College and Expanding College Access and Opportunities

  6. 11/10/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces More Students Are Graduating College and Career Ready As Part of First Annual ‘School Quality’ Reports Release

    New School Quality Snapshots and School Quality Guides offer a more complete picture of schools based on multiple measures and show continued increases in college and career readiness of students

  7. 11/10/2014

    Memorandum of Understanding Between State Education Department and NYC Department of Education Will Ensure Better Outcomes For English Language Learners

    Over the past 10 years, New York State ELL student enrollment has increased by 20 percent

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