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

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! 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 Continue Reading →

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

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! 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 Continue Reading →

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

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today released the 2017-18 annual Arts in Schools Report and announced a record $433 million citywide investment in Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza And Mayor de Blasio Announces New Accessibility In Admissions Policy

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Mayor de Blasio today announced a new admissions policy to better match students with accessibility needs to Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza Announces Increase In Student Computer Science Education From Harlem To Hollis

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced that approximately 134,000 students received Computer Science (CS) education in 2017-18, a record high.

Chancellor Carranza Announces New Career And Technical Education Programs From Harlem To Hollis

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced 47 new Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs have opened over the 2016-17, 2017-18, and current Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza Announces Record Number Of Students Enrolling In College From Harlem To Hollis

WE DON’T SELL, WE TELL HARLEM STORIES! Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza released the 2017-18 School Quality Reports and announced that New York City’s postsecondary enrollment rate is its highest Continue Reading →