NYSED Commissioner sued over ignoring C4E requirements

As we have made clear in presentations to Community Education Councils  and other parent and community groups, the State Education Department and the NYC Department of Education are equally guilty in ignoring the Contracts for Excellence (C4E) law passed in 2007, which requires public participation and accountability in the development of the city’s C4E and class size […]

June 3, 2013 in Press Releases by

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The Crisis in New York City Schools: ‘Where are we now?’

Where are NYC schools now? Presentation to NW Bronx for Change May 18, 2013 on class size, school closings, privatization of education, high-stakes testing, and student privacy and inBloom. Download here.   [scribd id=143023212 key=key-1gi9jlcyhsjfdb9qazru mode=scroll]

May 22, 2013 in Presentations by

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The need for the city to retain mandated reporting on class size and TCU’s

The Report and Advisory Board Review Commission, a body with four mayoral appointees and three City Council members, including Speaker Quinn, and Council Members Brewer and Comrie, will hold a public meeting on October 30, 2012, to vote on whether to eliminate 21 reporting requirements and advisory boards, including the DOE’s legally mandated reporting on […]

October 11, 2012 in Testimonies & Comments by

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Class Size Crisis (for UFT parent conference)

November 6, 2010 class_size_crisis_for_UFT_conference_11.10.pdf

April 12, 2011 in Reports & Memos, Reports, Testimonies, Etc. by

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