Class Size Matters co-sponsored the Parent Action Conference 2015, which took place November 7, 2015 at PS 133. The following are some power points and materials from the conference, organized by sessions. Plenary Panel Discussion: Alleviating Overcrowding and School Capital Planning Presented by The Honorable Brad Lander, NYC Council; Leonie Haimson, […]
Here is the powerpoint I presented on Oct. 8, 2014 to Community Education Council 5 on the negative impact of the proliferating charters on their public schools.
This year the DOE is holding hearings about the Contracts for Excellence (C4E) plan for each district’s Community Education Council (CEC). We have been invited to CEC meetings to give a presentation on how the C4E plan violates the language and intent of the law. Find the presentation including specific class size and school utilization data for your […]
This is a briefing about the unmet need for seats citywide proposed in the new 2015-2019 proposed capital plan. Download in Powerpoint here: Citywide Capital Plan Briefing
Parents are the “sleeping giant” in the fight to preserve our public schools, according to Diane Ravitch; time to wake up! To help explain how to get started, below is a powerpoint that gives parents the information and tools necessary to network and advocate on important issues. Read here or click on this pdf .
Below see Power points revealing worsening class size and school overcrowding crisis for each of the NYC school districts. Data sources: DOE class size data for 2013-2014, SCA Blue Book Report & Enrollment Projections for 2011-2021, housing start data, Kindergarten wait list numbers, TCU Report, FY 2015-2019 Capital Plan. Please find your district below by […]