Easier Paths to Affordable Housing for illegals and low income people , More Subway Homeless Outreach, refashion , NYC Donations
• The City is making it easier to qualify for affordable housing • More outreach on the subways will help homeless New Yorkers access housing and services • Looking to donate last year’s wardrobe without leaving your house? refashion NYC can help! Official New York City Hall video.
Pre-K for All closing achievement gap and improving test scores Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced New York City students’ gains on State English and math exams. In 2019, 47.4 percent of students met proficiency standards in English, a 0.7 point increase from 46.7 percent last year. City students outperformed their New York State peers on State English exams for the fourth year in a row. 45.6 percent of students met the standards in math, a 2.9 point increase from 42.7 percent last year. New York City students’ proficiency in both subjects improved across all ethnic groups. Additionally, the White-Black and White-Hispanic achievement gaps were narrower for students who attended Pre-K for All compared to those who did not, illustrating the long term benefit of the program… NY City Hall Official video.