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  1. 12/1/2014

    De Blasio Administration’s First 45 Community Schools Get Paired with Community Partners and Prepare for 2015 Launch

    Each school to adopt transformative educational approach to address whole needs of children and provide targeted services such as vision care, mentoring, arts and sports education, social workers and other mental health services, youth leadership programming, and academic enrichment to help students catch-up or leap ahead

  2. 11/17/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Celebrates Start of College Application Week

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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 10/15/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Gains in Advanced Placement and SAT's

    The increases in AP participation and performance were largest for black, Hispanic, and Asian students

  6. 10/9/2014

    Chancellor Carmen Fariña Kicks Off Showcase Schools Program

    Showcase Schools to Share Promising Practices, Encourage Collaboration

  7. 10/1/2014

    Chancellor Carmen Fariña Lays Out Vision for NYC Schools

    Announces new framework and accountability measures to drive school improvement and prepare students to compete in the 21st century

  8. 10/1/2014

    Chancellor Carmen Fariña's Remarks on Her Vision for NYC Schools

    Remarks as Delivered on Wednesday, October 1, 2014

  9. 9/24/2014

    Chancellor Highlights Enhanced Social Studies Curriculum for Grades K-8

    Innovative Program Developed by DOE in Collaboration with Teachers

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