Entries for the 33rd annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest are now being accepted. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Department of Design and Construction are undertaking a $31 million infrastructure project to upgrade water mains in Washington Heights.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is now a Continuing Teaching & Leader Education (CTLE) sponsor approved by the New York State Education Department. Trout fishing season begins on reservoirs and streams in NYC watersheds.
While there’s been much attention to the de Blasio Administration’s expansion of pre-k and 3-k, after-school programs for elementary and middle school students also have substantially increased. We track the rise in enrollment and spending since 2014.
This report, by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, provides a detailed examination of teacher retention in New York City and reveals how it impacts differing boroughs and school districts, including those most impacted by poverty.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced the first 50 schools accepted to the Bronx Plan, which was launched in October as part of the UFT contract agreement. The Bronx Plan will support 180 historically underserved schools citywide over the next three years.
Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza kicked off the 2019 Community and Citywide Education Council election cycle today, urging parents to run as part of their effort to empower and elevate the voice of parent leaders, which includes their ongoing five-borough parent forum tour.
MAYOR DE BLASIO ON THE PASSAGE OF THE SENATOR JOSE PERALTA NEW YORK STATE DREAM ACT, “No student should have to forgo a college education because they can’t get financial aid. For far too long, undocumented students who are New Yorkers have faced this unjust barrier to realizing their dreams."
All senior procurement personnel of Mayoral Agencies, including Agency Chief Contracting Officers, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officers, and relevant MOCS staff, are required to complete an initial PTI certification within the first 2 years of their appointment and thereafter recertify.