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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza
Chancellor. Lifelong educator. Former principal & bilingual teacher. Proud Mexican-American. Mariachi fan. Committed to Equity & Excellence for All.
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza retweeted
NYC Public Schools 5h
Last night, Carranza welcomed 900 NYC Teaching Fellows, who will begin their careers as teachers in the 2019-20 school year, becoming part of the team advancing Equity and Excellence for All. 👩🏽‍🏫👨🏽‍🏫 Congrats!
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WNYC 🎙 Jun 17
With the school year coming to an end, , Richard Carranza joined to talk about the next steps in the city's efforts to diversify and desegregate city schools.
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NYC Public Schools Jun 17
Our District 75 schools provide highly specialized instructional support for students with significant challenges. Last week, Carranza visited , talked to educators about the unique challenges and barriers our students face, and played music with students! 🎶
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NYC Public Schools Jun 17
. Carranza visited classes, exchanged thoughts and ideas with educators, and participated in an inspiring with families and students.
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza Jun 17
When students see themselves reflected in curriculum, WE see participation, attendance, GPA, grad rates, civic engagement, & critical thinking skills increase. Adopting a clear and consistent definition is a huge step for both Equity & Excellence for All!
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Brandon Cardet-Hernandez Jun 15
Sad when lawmakers back the status quo in search of click bait and relevancy. We need leaders who will fight to transform our school systems and to bring equity to the forefront. Heartbreaking when lawmakers peddle hysteria and divisiveness instead of inspiring progress.
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David Hay Jun 15
“It’s a sad day for New York City kids when lawmakers care more about seeing their name in the NY Post than about our school system,”
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Kleen Aero Jun 15
Thank you first time ever........ from a Chancellor
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Martha St Jean Jun 15
“Until the kids knew that I cared, they didn’t care to learn.” speaking truth during ’s annual showcase. He exhorts is to recognize that, “It’s not about systems improvement, it’s about system change.”
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Mr. Trespalacios Jun 15
Thankful to have presented today.Thank you for creating opportunities for ALL teachers to champion a system change
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Christopher Emdin Jun 15
Yes!!! The work continues.
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza Jun 15
My father’s legacy paid for my college education. Respected my culture. Will serenade your grandma and grandfather. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads in the .
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza Jun 15
is on a mission to transform how the DOE interacts with those we serve, and we need the best people behind the effort. Mario Trujillo has done it before ...and moved to NYC to do it again. So proud to have him on our team.
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza Jun 15
It’s not an easy to change entrenched systems & structures that hold back some of our children. It takes leaders with skill, experience, and passion to serve our kids and advance equity now. Dr. Abram Jimenez is one of those leaders and I am grateful for his continued service.
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza Jun 15
See you there Ms. 👏🏽
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32BJ SEIU Jun 15
“I’m here to say two words that you are not hearing enough: Thank You. NYC schools could not run without you. You make our school system strong.” - NYC Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza speaking to NYC schools members today.”
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Chancellor Richard A. Carranza Jun 14
With overflowing graditude for your service to the children of NYCDOE - thank you Phil!🙏🏽
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Arthur Goldstein Jun 10
I've never, ever seen a stand with, let alone march with before. But this one did, and the Puerto Rican Day Parade was a great occasion. If you weren't there, here's a photo-essay about it.
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NYAppleseed Jun 10
A big win for New York City, and a testament to the powerful leadership of our partners at ⁦⁩ and the ! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
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Robert L. Burnside Jun 10
So very proud to follow under Dr. Mcbryde’s leadership. Celebrating our male scholars of MBK with Dr. Lester Young Jr.
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