Dr. Kathleen Cashin (2nd from right) is reportedly being considered for the position of Chancellor of New York City Schools (Image via NY Assembly)Afer a career in Brooklyn schools, former P.S. 193 principal Dr. Kathleen Cashin is reportedly being considered to replace the outgoing Carmen Fariña as New
Brooklyn Technical High School in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. (Courtesy: Flickr / Kelly Millea)Students and parents across the city received a letter yesterday assuring them that the Department of Education will protect the right of all students, regardless of their immigration status, to attend public school. Following up on President Trump’
Photo by Megan McGibneyTuesday evening saw the Chancellor Carmen Fariña of the Department of Education come to Dyker Heights’ P.S. 204 Vince Lombardi School for a town hall meeting. It was an opportunity for parents in the Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights, and Bay Ridge neighborhoods to express their concerns and
Photo via the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs Mayor de Blasio’s IDNYC initiative — which allows New York City residents 14-years and older to sign up for a government-issued identification card, independent of immigration status, enabling cardholders access to city building and other additional benefits — today came
Education Chancellor Carmen Fariña speaking with students. (Photo by Shannon Geis/Ditmas Park Corner)Education Chancellor Carmen Fariña stopped by Ditmas IS 62 (700 Cortelyou Road) to talk to students about the importance of learning computer programming and how to code as part of the Hour of Code on Tuesday.
Goodbye ARIS, hello NYC Schools. Thanks to a new mobile-friendly service, announced by Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña yesterday, parents will soon be able to access their kids’ academic records with the click of a button. The program, which parents can sign up for starting June 8, will give families the
The Scientology-backed Foundation for a Drug-Free World gives a presentation with Miss New York Jillian Tapper at P.S. 186 in Bensonhurst. (Source: Foundation for a Drug Free World via Facebook)An anti-drug education program is coming under fire after parents discovered the group, The Foundation for a Drug Free