The de Blasio Administration and Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez today celebrated the City Council’s approval of the Inwood neighborhood rezoning, the City’s plan to ensure Inwood remains an affordable, attractive neighborhood for working and immigrant families.
Thursday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, Deputy Borough President Aldrin R. Bonilla, and the Dominican Day Parade Committee will host a Dominican Heritage Celebration reception at Washington Heights’ iconic United Palace Theater.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez today announced that the City is investing $2.65 million in structural and program investments.
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg today announced that the Bike Safety Education Program will expand to every borough for the 2018-19 school year, reaching 6,000 middle school students.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined high school seniors at the Manhattan Hunter Science High School today for New York City’s first-ever citywide, which aims to help register all eligible students who are currently 18 years old or will turn 18 by November 6, 2018.
By Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza This week, high schools across the five boroughs have been celebrating College Decision Day.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Speaker Corey Johnson today announced an additional $125 million annual investment in “Fair Student Funding” (FSF) for New York City public schools, starting in the 2018-19 school year.
Dear Mayor de Blasio: The NAACP New York State Conference of Branches has sent you and the Chancellor of Education Dr. Richard Carranza several letters since the beginning of June, 2020.
Thousands of New York City students are petitioning for their campuses to close during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Mayor Bill de Blasio (right) and Schools Chancellor Carranza will visit schools in all five boroughs today to celebrate academic excellence in New York City on the first day of the 2019-20 school year.
Chalkbeat reports that supporters scored a partial victory in their fight to keep the middle school alive at Wadleigh Secondary, a politically connected and historically important performing and visual arts school in Harlem.