Tag: Equity and Excellence for All

NYC’s Spring 2018 Math & ELA Test Results Released

NYC families can see how their children performed on last spring’s State exams by looking up their test scores on the NYC Schools Account web application.

DOE Sends Pre-K Offers to NYC Families

Record high percentage of City families who applied for pre-kindergarten earlier this year are receiving offers to their top choices for fall 2018.

NYC to Provide Extra $125 Million to City Schools

Money will be invested into schools’ Fair Student Funding, which is used to hire staff members, purchase educational resources, and support student and family activities.

Mayor Bill de Blasio Appoints Richard Carranza to Lead NYC’s Public Schools

NYC’s newest Chancellor has a proven record of narrowing achievement gaps, improving struggling schools, and championing English language learners.

Historic Marks for NYC’s Grad Rates

Thanks to improvements that have been made throughout NYC public schools, the City’s 2017 high school graduation rate is now the highest ever recorded in NYC history.

NYC is Ready for College

The DOE’s third annual College Awareness Day was a huge success! See how NYC students and educators celebrated the importance of going to college throughout the City’s daylong celebration on January 11.

Celebrate College Awareness Day on January 11

Join the celebration by wearing apparel from your favorite/former college throughout the day, and tag us at #CollegeAwarenessDay!

Keep College in Mind

Mark your calendars: City schools will celebrate College Awareness Day on January 11, 2018.

NYC’s College Attendance Rate Hits All-Time High

Thanks to the DOE’s Equity and Excellence for All initiative, more City students than ever are prepared for college and are enrolled in postsecondary programs.

Moving On Up

The DOE’s AP for All initiative continues to gain steam as record numbers of NYC students took and passed Advanced Placement exams in 2017.