District 1 – Class Size Data

“In 2003, NYS Court of Appeals held that NYC class sizes  too large to provide students with constitutional right to a sound basic education” With the passing of the Contracts for Excellence law (C4E) in 2007 which allocated additional aid to high needs districts, NYC  was required to produce a plan to actively reduce class … Continue reading District 1 – Class Size Data

Regents Research Fund – NY State

Click here for an interesting article from the Times Union discussing the possible implications of a privately funded research group working with the NY State Education Department. "Supported with $19 million in donations from some of the nation's wealthiest philanthropists, the Regents Research Fund team makes up a little-known think tank within the education agency. It is … Continue reading Regents Research Fund – NY State

Appeal to fight co-location at L.E.S. high school

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