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NYC Public Schools Jun 14
Our District 75 schools serve over 25,000 students with disabilities with specialized support. Today, Carranza & CAO Linda Chen visited , a vocational school where students become prepared for the world work!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 14
LIVE NOW! Join and students/families from Jamaica Learning Center: Pathways to Graduation & Queens Satellite HS for Opportunity for a live conversation using :
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NYC Public Schools Jun 14
First stop of the day: Institute of Math & Science for Young Women . Students & staff showed their social-emotional learning "passion projects", a new Hydroponics Lab, and more!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 14
HAPPENING NOW: Our next student takeover at on . Meet 9th grader Emily as she introduces you to Institute of Math & Science for Young Women, with a cameo by !
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NYC Public Schools Jun 14
Replying to @DOEChancellor
We are doing it again! Carranza will be in livestreamed conversations with students and families throughout the day. Got a question? Share it using .
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NYC Public Schools Jun 13
Replying to @NYCSchools
These are our special citywide programs, and we can't wait to introduce these amazing school communities. Check back for info on student Instagram takeovers, live-streamed community chats, and more!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 13
Friday fun! Tomorrow, will be out in the city for a special edition of ! 1⃣ Affinity Schools - Urban Assembly Institute of Math & Science for Young Women 2⃣ Access Schools - Jamaica Learning Center (P2G) 3⃣ Special Education - JFK Jr. School, P721Q
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 13
We didn’t just bring to because it was the right thing to do for our planet and our kids — we did it because student activists demanded it. Thank you for recognizing our movement!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 13
Meet this year’s Big Apple Award Recipients: 17 educators whose skills, passion & commitment to stood out from a record 7,100 nominations representing all grade levels, subject areas, and neighborhoods across the five boroughs!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 12
👏👏👏Never too soon to start cultivating dreams in our students, and show them all of the paths their lives can take!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 12
“We're preparing girls for a world that we don't even know what it will look like or exist in the next decade.” Wise words from Allison Persad , just named ’s Digital Principal of 2019. 💻 Congratulations! Watch more:
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NYC Public Schools Jun 12
Get ready to 🛶 🧗🏽‍♀️ 🏃🏽‍♂️ 🏀 🤾🏽‍♀️ 🚴🏽‍♂️ 🎧 🕺🏽 at Adventures NYC! 👇🏽
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NYC International Affairs Jun 11
The of welcomed Ambassador of today! The majority of the students are from Africa, and 11 languages and 13 dialects are spoken at this school.
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NYC Public Schools Jun 11
That’s right—a full 6⃣2⃣ recommendations from families, students, and educators. Because when children learn together, they all achieve more.
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NYC Public Schools Jun 11
Replying to @NYCSchools
It’s Legos today, but who knows what a kid with a computer science education will build as an adult? Proud to bring to 1.1 million children
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NYC Public Schools Jun 11
Little inventors and engineers were hard at work last night at P.S. 66 in Queens!
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NYC Public Schools Jun 11
Replying to @cahiny
Hi . Please call our Service Desk at 718-935-5100 for assistance. Thanks.
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NYC Parks Jun 10
Registration for our free summer Learn to Swim classes is now open! 🏊🏽‍♂️ We offer lessons for toddlers, kids and teens, and adults. Enter the drawing for a chance to join a class: .
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Jun 10
We've been determined to end the unfair division of so-called “good schools” and “bad schools” since day one. That's why we're tackling a persistent challenge our students face: lack of diversity in the classroom.
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NYC Public Schools Jun 10
Replying to @DOEChancellor
“Integrated classrooms lead to higher scores, lower dropout rates, better critical thinking, to a system that gives every child an equal chance to succeed. To all the students, families & community members who have spoken: we are listening. And we are acting. Now.”
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