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Ask the Mayor and Chancellor to stop violating student privacy now!

Send a letter to the Mayor and Chancellor asking them to stop violating student privacy by making personal information available to charter schools for marketing purposes. Last fall, parent leader and CEC President Johanna Garcia filed a FERPA complaint with the federal government about the DOE’s practice of allowing charter schools to access her child’s […]

November 10, 2018 in Campaigns, Updates by

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Send a letter to the Mayor & Chancellor to end school overcrowding now!

Sept. 24, 2018 The next five-year capital plan for schools will be introduced sometime in the next two months. In May 2016, Mayor de Blasio promised that he would fully fund the capacity portion of the new plan, to alleviate current overcrowding and address future enrollment growth. Based upon a Nov. 2017 estimate, this meant […]

September 24, 2018 in Campaigns, Recent Newsletters, Take Action, Updates by

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Stop Regulations that Punish Public Schools for High Opt Out Rates

  Please send a message to NY State Education Department today to amend their proposed regulations that would punish schools for high-opt rates by mislabeling them in need of Comprehensive Support and making them use Title I funds to persuade parents to force their kids to take the state exams.  The NY State Education Department […]

August 10, 2018 in Campaigns by

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Dear Chancellor Carranza: Please rescind the decision to close PS 25, and put a preK and a 3K in the school for next year.​

Please send a letter to Chancellor Carranza to keep PS 25 Open. The previous Chancellor tried to close PS 25 in Bed Stuy Brooklyn because of low enrollment, despite the fact that according to the DOE’s own statistics, it is the fourth fourth best elementary school in the city and the second best in Brooklyn […]

June 25, 2018 in Campaigns by

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