Check back for more pictures from the event as well as updated stories in the news! http://www.thelodownny.com/leslog/2014/01/community-activists-help-create-vision-for-a-new-lower-east-side-school.html "This past weekend, parents, teachers and local activists gathered at the Girl’s Club on Avenue D for a day-long “Community Engagement Lab.” Sponsored by Community Education Council 1 in partnership with NYCpublic, the event was designed to help create a vision … Continue reading CEC 1 Event in the LoDown
On December 27th, Parents and Elected Officials including Public Advocate-elect Letitia James and City Council members Melissa Mark-Viverito, Jumaane Williams, Margaret Chin and Ruben Wills filed a lawsuit to halt the recently approved co-locations of 42 schools, including University Neighborhood High School in District 1. In a press release on December 29th regarding the lawsuit, District 1 Council Member Margaret … Continue reading New York City Parents and Elected Officials File Suit Seeking Injunction To Stop Bloomberg’s 42 Recently Approved School Co-locations
http://www.wnyc.org/story/progress-reports-after-bloomberg/ Progress reports without a grade. That’s what Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio proposed during the campaign and it led SchoolBook to wonder: what are all those numbers behind the grades and what can we learn from them going forward? Under the Bloomberg administration, a school earned both a letter grade and an accompanying score, based on a methodology … Continue reading PS 15 Highlighted in Article on Progress Reports
“Smart development means anticipating and addressing projected community impacts before they reach a critical point,” said Council member Margaret Chin. “That is why I worked with the SPURA Task Force to strongly advocate for a public school as part of the project — to serve the hundreds of working families that will make this community … Continue reading Push for New D1 School on SPURA Site
The co-location at University Neighborhood High School with a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) School has been a hot bed issue in District 1. Several stakeholders, including political figures as well as the CEC, have publicly opposed the plan. Check out this article for more details about the situation as well as what's been … Continue reading Appeal to fight co-location at L.E.S. high school
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Council Member Speaks Out about New High School Plan See what City Council member, Margaret Chin, has to say about the University High School co-location!!!!