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Chancellor Carmen Fariña
The NYC Schools chancellor is the head of the New York City Department of Education, overseeing 1,800+ schools and more than 1.1 million students. Click the button below to send the chancellor a message.
Click the button below to receive a detailed list of contact information for all of your city representatives – including council members, community board leaders, borough president, and mayor – as well as state and federal representatives.
From math tutors to soccer coaches, public schools across the city are always looking for dedicated volunteers. Follow the link below and, in minutes, find opportunities that match your interests and schedule.
The student-led group Teens Take Charge has partnered with the New York Public Library to host events around the city to teach the public about educational inequity. The Bell amplifies their message & supports their work.
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Here are a few simple ways you can educate yourself and stay informed:
• Check out our Data page for an overview of educational inequity in New York City
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