2017 Mayoral Report Card

The report card release was covered by the NY Post , DNAinfo and Chalkbeat.

Sept. 5, 2017

For more information contact:

Shino Tanikawa: 917-770-8438; estuaryqueen@gmail.com

Today at 11:30 AM on the steps of Tweed, the headquarters of the NYC Department of Education, NYC Kids PAC released their 2017 Education Report card for Mayor de Blasio.

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The Kids PAC board is composed of parent leaders and education advocates; they were joined at the event by other parents, teachers and students.

The report card grades the Mayor in the following areas and is downloadable here and below:

Governance, Testing, Funding, Overcrowding and Class Size, Privatization, Special Education, English Language Learners, Privacy, Diversity and Transparency.

For context, here are the NYC Kids PAC 2015 and 2016 report cards for the Mayor.

Shino Tanikawa, President of NYC Kids PAC, said: “We are pleased to release this year’s Mayor de Blasio’s Education Report Card, which gives a good hard look at how the Mayor’s various initiatives have served our children in public schools. “

“We hope the report card is a useful tool for parents and educators to form their opinion of the Mayor and to focus their advocacy work in saving and improving our public schools.”


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