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Fair Student Funding Working Group

Dear Parent Leaders, On July 28th, the Fair Student Funding Working Group began its first in a series of eight meetings to engage stakeholders to discuss the Fair Student Funding Formula. The Chancellor convened this group to align with his vision of building trust with and gaining input from our families, staff, and communities. In response …

 SUPERINTENDENT OFFICE ROLES SERVING ACROSS DISTRICTS – IEP reference

Staff Shortage for Special Education & Multilingual Language Learners Dear Colleagues, Please review this email and follow up accordingly. There are former BCO positions for which there is not enough headcount for each superintendency to staff. As a result, the positions listed below are staffed in one superintendency but will continue to support schools across districts …

Citywide Council on Special Education Newly Elected Officers

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the Citywide Council on Special Education! Ellen McHugh Co-President Erika Newsome Co-President Paullette Healy 1st Vice President Cynthia Arbulu Vacca 2nd Vice President Carolyn Castro Recording Secretary Lauretta Joseph Treasurer  Rose E. Morgan    Administrative Assistant   Citywide Council on Special Education    28-11 Queens Plaza North – Room 522    Long Island City, New York 11101    Phone No. (718) 391-8354    ccse@schools.nyc.gov   

How is New York Providing Behavioral, Mental Health & Workforce Development Assistance through the Education System?

Register for this EventEVENT DATE:August 18, 2022EVENT TIME:9:00am – 3:30pmEVENT LOCATION:The Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, New York, NY The Future of Education in New YorkWhat tools has New York put in place to  make sure our children have all that they need from special education services to mental health assistance? What more …

DESSA, The City and Mental Health

Across the city, around 8,600 children have lost a parent or caregiver to COVID — a population that would entirely fill 15 average-sized New York City public schools. That’s 1 in every 200 children in New York City, nearly double the rate across the country, according to the COVID Collaborative, a bipartisan group of experts.  …

East Harlem Restaurant Guide, 2022-2023 Edition

  East Harlem Restaurant Guide: 2022-2023 Edition   The Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center is proud to announce our 2022-2023 Edition of the East Harlem Restaurant Guide, complete with the Center’s Healthy Eating Index, which measures the nutritional quality of East Harlem restaurants’ offerings.   Download a PDF of the Restaurant Guide HERE>>>  

Meet the candidates in the August 23 primary election!

Voter —   Meet the candidates on your ballot this August 23! Your vote will determine who represents your party on the ballot this November for U.S. House and State Senate. See the Voter Guide.     Who’s Running? To learn about the candidates on your ballot, visit the Voter Guide and select your districts …