With this important momentum and committed leaders, the state is now in a position to make prekindergarten truly universal. But to do so, several aspects of the existing legislation must be modified, and the funding system must be stabilized at an adequate level.
On November 13, 2014, the Campaign for Educational Equity joined dozens of organizations and education leaders in sending a letter to NYC Mayor de Blasio and NYC Schools Chancellor Fariña calling for a moratorium on co-locating schools until the city has remedied related violations of students' educational rights.
What resources, services, and supports are New York English language learners entitled to receive? What should schools be able
to provide to ensure that all students with limited English proficiency achieve the same educational goals and meet the same standards
as the general student population? Are these available in all schools? Find out here in English and Spanish and share with your community.