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The Month Ahead (March 2023)

See what's happening in NYC public schools this month! Highlights include parent-teacher conferences, application deadlines for 3-K and Pre-K admissions, PSAT/SAT School Days, and our monthlong celebration of Women's History Month.
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Black History Month

Hidden Voices: Victor H. Green, Creator and Publisher of the ‘Green Book’

Our Hidden Voices series continues with Victor H. Green, creator and publisher of the Green Book, the largest travel guide catering to Black families during the 1930s–60s.
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Apply to Run for NYC’s Education Councils by February 23

Parents/guardians with children in City public schools can apply to run for seats on NYC's Community and Citywide Education Councils (CCEC) during the 2023 CCEC election season this spring. Learn more about the CCEC Election process, including eligibility guidelines and key dates, and submit your application by the new extended deadline on Thursday, February 23, 2023.
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Computer Science for AllFeatured

Celebrate Computer Science All Week Long

Throughout the week of December 5–11, schools across the City are commemorating Computer Science Education Week, our annual celebration of computer science (CS) instruction and programming for K–12 students. Learn more about CS Education Week, including some of the events and activities that will be taking place at City schools across the five boroughs, and support CS instruction at home by completing an Hour of Code!
December 6, 2022
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DOE CalendarsFeaturedNYC Public Schools 101

What’s ‘Fair Student Funding?’ Register for Our October Virtual Sessions!

On October 11 and 12, the NYC Department of Education is hosting public virtual presentations to discuss the City's "Fair Student Funding" (FSF)—the main source of money for most NYC public schools. Register today for any of our four scheduled virtual sessions to learn how FSF works and to see how NYC principals typically decide how and when to spend their schools' FSF money!
October 7, 2022
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FeaturedStudent Opportunities

HS Students: Apply to Join the DOE’s Youth Leadership Council by 10/11

Are you an NYC public high school student who is interested in climate change and wants to make a difference? Know a City high schooler who wants to learn more about sustainability and climate action while developing their leadership and networking skills? The DOE's Office of Sustainability is recruiting new members for its Youth Leadership Council (YLC)—learn more about the YLC, and apply for a spot by October 11, 2022!
October 6, 2022
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