Mayor Bill de Blasio Appointed Richard A. Carranza As New York City’s Schools Chancellor

Mayor Bill de Blasio today appointed Richard A. Carranza as New York City’s next Schools Chancellor. Sign-Up for Constant Contact e-mail marketing! Harlem World Magazine, relies on its readers for Continue Reading →

Mayor Bill And Chancellor Carranza Announce Families Receiving 3-K For All Offers

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced 9,518 families are receiving offers to free, full-day, high-quality 3-K for All across 12 community school districts from Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza Launches Free Summer Meals Program 2019 For NYers 18 And Under

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced the launch of the 2019 Summer Meals program, providing free, nutritious breakfast and lunch options at approximately 1,200 sites across the City from Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza Announces Free Pre-K Offers For Families From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza (pictured) announced that 65,251 families will receive an offer for free, full-day, high-quality Pre-K for All today. Sign-Up for Constant Contact e-mail marketing! Harlem World Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Chancellor Carranza Announce New Pre-K Dual Language Programs From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza kicked off the first day of Pre-K and 3-K for All applications by announcing that 47 new pre-K Dual Language programs Continue Reading →

Join The Community Education Council District 4 Town Hall Meeting With Chancellor Carranza

Check out the Community Education Council Town Hall Meeting with Chancellor Richard A. Carranza on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, at 6:30-7:30 pm EST located at Tito Puente Education Complex at Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza Announces Record Citywide Investment In The Arts Education From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today released the 2017-18 annual Arts in Schools Report and announced a record $433 million citywide investment in arts education, up from $336 million at Continue Reading →