This updated presentation on inBloom was given on Thursday, September 19 in front of PTA leaders, public school parents, and the public at Tweed Courthouse (DOE Headquarters). Para español favor hacer clic aquí.
Where are NYC schools now? Presentation to NW Bronx for Change May 18, 2013 on class size, school closings, privatization of education, high-stakes testing, and student privacy and inBloom. Download here.
According to the Contracts for Excellence (C4E) law, the DOE is supposed to be reducing class size in all grades. The city submitted a plan to do so in the fall of 2007, along with annual targets and five year goals. Instead, class size has risen substantially each year and is now the largest in […]
The Campaign for Fiscal Equity (CFE) announced in a letter last week that it was considering re-opening the lawsuit against New York State, on the basis that the funding promised NYC and other high-needs school districts has never been fulfilled. Below is a presentation on CFE delivered by Leonie Haimson at Princeton, for a course on […]
Jan. 9, 2012 Class Size Matters has released a detailed analysis of the trend in student achievement in NYC since 2003, when Mayor Bloomberg’s educational policies were first implemented, as measured by the NAEPs – the national assessment carried out every two years by the federal government in 4th and 8th grade English and math. […]
Class Size Matters presentations showing increases in class size and other violations in DOE’s Contract for Excellence plans citywide and by district On Nov. 15, the city released this year’s class size data by school, district and borough (click here). Sure enough as we had feared, class sizes increased for the fourth year in a […]