NYC DOE Vows to Prioritize Literacy Despite Budget Pressures: Phase Two of NYC Reads Rolls Out
Amidst budgetary pressures stemming from the recent migrant crisis, Chancellor David Banks of the New York City Department of Education (DOE) stands firm in his commitment to tackling the city's literacy challenges. He assures continued and enhanced support through the expansion of NYC Reads, a comprehensive literacy program aimed at boosting reading proficiency across elementary school students.
Following a successful initial phase implemented in early childhood programs and nearly half of kindergarten through fifth-grade classrooms, NYC Reads enters its second. . .