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Vote in NYC’s 2023 Education Council Elections by May 9

From now through May 9, 2023, parents of current NYC public school students can vote in the 2023 Community and Citywide Education Council (CCEC) Elections. Learn more about this year's CCEC elections, and make your voice heard today!
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DOE Calendars

The Month Ahead (May 2023)

As we enter the last full month of the 2022–23 school year, see what's happening in NYC public schools in May 2023! Highlights include Parent-Teacher Conferences, Teacher Appreciation Week, and Memorial Day.
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Hidden Voices: Dr. Joanne Chory is Changing the World — One Seed at a Time

As our ongoing Hidden Voices series continues, we’re profiling Dr. Joanne Chory, an award-winning Lebanese American plant geneticist whose early work revolutionized plant biology and is now dedicating herself to the global fight against climate change.
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DOE Celebrations

Discover Great Reads Throughout Arab American Heritage Month and Beyond

Throughout April and beyond, NYC Public Schools are celebrating National Arab American Heritage Month. Join in on the celebration by checking out our outstanding list of suggested books for students in grades 3-K through 12, and help your kids find their new favorite book today!
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Beyond the ClassroomFeatured

Opportunities for Students (May/June 2023)

From college prep programs and virtual field trips, to career conferences, NYC students have access to several outstanding learning opportunities as we head into the summer season. Learn more about some of the great programs, events, and activities available for NYC students in grades 9–12 over the next several weeks, and see how students can be a part of any of them today!
May 19, 2023
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Beyond the ClassroomFeaturedStudent Opportunities

NYC Students: Get PAID This Summer Through SYEP

Between now and April 14, 2023, NYC residents who are 14-24 years old and are legally allowed to work in the U.S. can apply for the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), the nation's largest youth employment service! Learn more about SYEP, and apply today for your chance at obtaining an entry-level job in a variety of industries across the five boroughs! But hurry; applications are due by April 14, 2023!
April 11, 2023