Watch Leonie Haimson at 1:22:49 ask Mayor de Blasio the following: “As you know, smaller classes are parents #1 priority on the DOE’s own surveys. During your campaign you promised to reduce class size to much lower levels and if necessary raise funds to do so, and to expand the school capital plan to […]
Leonie Haimson and Cheri Kiesecker on Sirius Radio-The Michelangelo Signorile Show to discuss Student Privacy. You can learn more about student privacy at The Parent Coalition for Student Privacy website: http://www.studentprivacymatters.org You can read their recent piece in The Washington Post here.
Leonie Haimson is a parent advocate and Executive Director of Class Size Matters, as well as the founder of the NYC Public School Parent blog. Class Size Matters is part of a coalition called New York State Allies for Public Education, which has led the “opt-out” movement; founding member of Parents across America, a […]
On June 15, 2015 Public Advocate Letitia James, 22 Council Members, many parent leaders and Presidents of Community Education Councils, along with Class Size Matters and the UFT, sent a letter to the Chancellor and the Mayor, urging them to double the seats in the capital plan for school construction, and appoint a Commission to […]
Click on the link below to watch Leonie Haimson on NY1 Inside City Hall with an education panel discussion on the Common Core. http://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs/inside-city-hall/2015/04/16/ny1-online–education-panel-debates-common-core.html
Watch the video below for my discussion on To the Point on BK live about why parents are opting out of NYS standardized tests.
Click the link below to listen to the interview with Heather Kay from the Heartland Institution and Leonie Haimson on the student privacy laws in the U.S. Leonie Haimson: Student Privacy Laws in the U.S.
Press Release: Class size averages drop slightly this fall in grades K-3 and 4th-8th, but grow in HS At least 367,794 students remain in classes of 30 or more
For immediate release: November 18, 2014 For more information contact: Leonie Haimson, 917-435-9329, email@example.com Josey Bartlett, (718) 803-6373 x 202, Jbartlett@council.nyc.gov Class size averages drop slightly this fall in grades K-3 and 4th-8th, but grow in HS At least 367,794 students remain in classes of 30 or more Late Friday, the DOE released class size […]