“Intentionally Integrated” Charter School Approved For 2020 In UWS/Harlem District

A charter school network’s plan to open an “intentionally integrated” middle school in Manhattan’s third school district — which spans the entire Upper West Side and parts of Harlem — will move forward after securing a key state approval.
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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 240 East 109th Street in Harlem, NY.  Continue Reading →

NY Ed Department Drops Plan To Merge Harlem Schools

harlem-schools-timesThe NY Times reports that the New York City’s Education Department is withdrawing a plan to merge two elementary schools in southern Harlem after receiving criticism that it had not given parents enough time to respond, it said on Monday. Continue Reading →


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