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Our Kids PAC report card and reducing class size made the Mayoral debate!

Sept. 7, 2017 Check out the question about class size and overcrowding at about 30 minutes in during last night’s Mayoral debate between Bill de Blasio and Sal Albanese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzIfDLHon-c Question: Mr. Albanese, the city’s Kids PAC, yesterday gave the current administration grade of “F” for class side and overcrowding, say more than half a […]

Parents and Advocates release 2017 NYC Kids PAC Education Report Card for Mayor de Blasio

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 12 PM 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. The […]

We Want to Hear from You

April 11, 2017 NYC Kids PAC is preparing a special Mayoral Report Card for Bill de Blasio and would like to hear from you on which education topics are important to you.  Please take this brief survey to share your thoughts with us. It will only take 5 minutes. The survey closes on May 1, 2017.  […]

NYC Kids PAC endorses Gustavo Rivera, Robert Jackson, Debbie Medina and Robert Carroll for the State Legislature in Tuesday’s Primaries

NYC Kids PAC is endorsing four outstanding candidates running for state office next Tuesday, September 13. Based on their exceptional records and their responses to our candidate survey, our board urges you to be sure to vote for Gustavo Rivera in the Bronx, Robert Jackson in Manhattan, and Debbie Medina in Brooklyn, all running for […]

Candidate Surveys for the Sept. 13, 2016 Democratic Primaries

For the September 13th,  2016 Primaries, the New York City Kids PAC conducted candidate surveys for NY State Senate Districts 31 and 33 (Manhattan and the Bronx respectively) and NY Assembly District 44 (in Brooklyn).  Please check out the completed surveys here or below. The candidate responses can be accessed by clicking on the name, […]

2016 Mayoral Report Card

For immediate release: May 18, 2016 Contact: Shino Tanikawa, 917-770-8438, estuaryqueen@gmail.com Leonie Haimson, 917-435-9329, leoniehaimson@gmail.com Today, NYC Kids PAC released their second annual report card on Mayor de Blasio, grading him in several education categories based primarily on whether he has followed up on his campaign promises.   The report card is posted above. It has […]

2015 Mayoral report card

Today, Sunday April 19, 2015  at noon, in front of the Department of Education headquarters at Tweed, NYC Kids PAC released a report card on Mayor de Blasio based on how many of his campaign promises he has fulfilled in the area of education policy after more than a year in office.   NYC KidsPAC […]

Press Release: NYC Kids PAC Endorsements for the 2014 Elections!

NYC KidsPAC endorses the following candidates for next Tuesday, Sept. 9,  2014 Democratic primary : For immediate release Sept. 4, 2014 For more information contact: Shino Tanikawa, info@nyckidspac.org , 917-770-8438   NYC KidsPAC endorses Teachout for Governor, Jackson, Liu, Koppell for State Senate; Fedkowskyj and Simon for Assembly   Today, NYC KidsPAC, a political action committee composed […]

Candidate Surveys and Scorecards for 2014 Elections

Below is a list of the candidates running in the 2014 elections and their  responses to our questionnaire on important issues in education. Check back soon to see who NYC Kids PAC endorses! Jo Anne Simon vs. Pete Sikora for the Assembly District 52 Adriano Espaillat vs. Robert Jackson for Senate District 31 Tony Avella vs. […]

Runoff Tuesday October 1 – Don’t Forget to Vote!

We urge you to vote on Tuesday, October 1 as there’s an important run-off between Letitia James and Daniel Squadron, the two candidates running for Public Advocate who have very different records on education. TIsh James has been a leader on the issues of parent empowerment, has fought damaging charter co-locations in her community, and drawn attention to […]