"Eliminate its at-risk admissions priority for applicants attending failing schools."
And weak-kneed SUNY authorizers will go along. Note the hearing will be in a place hard to get at the old IS 33. Why doesn't the NY Times do some FOILing of Success?
From: Office of Public Affairs [mailto:OPA@schools.nyc.gov]
Sent: Wed 3/7/2012 1:20 PM
To: Office of Public Affairs
Subject: NYC DOE: Public Hearing re: Success Academies in CSD 14
Notice of Public Hearing
|Date:||Monday, March 19, 2012|
Registration: 5:30 PM – 6:00 PM|
Presentation, Comments, and Questions: 6:00 PM
Success Academy 1|
70 Tompkins Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206
This public hearing is open to anyone interested in learning about the following charter revisions for schools located in Community School District 14.
Brooklyn Success Academy Charter School 1
Brooklyn Success Academy Charter School 4
Comments are welcome; speakers must register within 30 minutes of the hearing’s start time. Written comments will also be collected on at the hearing or be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pursuant to Education Law 2857(1), the New York City Department of Education is required to hold a public hearing to solicit comment from the community in connection with any revision proposal for a charter school.