Saturday, April 18, 2015

Sunday: Parents Grade De Blasio on education: promises made, promises kept

I'm going to try to make this event with my video camera. These parents deserve our support.
Dear friend of NYC KidsPAC:
This Sunday, April 19 at noon in front of Tweed, 52 Chambers St., we will be releasing a report that grades Mayor de Blasio after one year of office on whether he’s made progress towards fulfilling his campaign promises in education.

We will be grading him in many critical areas, including parent engagement, governance, transparency and accountability, class size, special education, overcrowding, school closings, co-locations and many others.
Please join us! We will also have copies of the scorecard and report to give out at the press conference.

Shino
President, NYC KidsPAC

Here are details from Leonie:

Media advisory:

Where:  Sunday, April 19 at noon

Where: In front of the Department of Education headquarters at Tweed, 52 Chambers St., NYC
 
What: Parents, community members, and advocates will release the NYC KidsPAC education report card for Mayor de Blasio, based on how many of his campaign promises he has fulfilled after more than a year in office.

Visuals: Parents and kids to display large blown up report card. 

Report card and accompanying analysis will include grades on issues ranging from cell phones, governance, and parent engagement, to special education, class size, school overcrowding, testing and diversity, to be provided to state legislators to give input on whether Mayoral control should be renewed.

For more information, please contact: Shino Tanikawa, 
estuaryqueen@gmail.com


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