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25,000 rally to demand de Blasio double number of charter seats

New York Post

Cheering and chanting for choice, an unprecedented crowd of roughly 25,000 parents, children and teachers swarmed Prospect Park on Wednesday [...]

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Thousands Call for More Charter Schools at Brooklyn Rally
The 74 / By Kate Stringer
Originally published: 9.28.2016

The event, which included rapper and civil rights activist Common, drew 25,000 people, according to Families for Excellent Schools, the pro-charter advocacy group that organized the event.

Supporters Rally for 200,000 Pupils in NYC Charters by 2020
NBC / By Wale Aliyu
Originally published: 9.28.2016

Thousands of charter school supporters have rallied to demand that New York City double the number of students attending privately run, publicly funded charter schools by 2020.

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25,000 rally to demand de Blasio double number of charter seats
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 9.29.2016

Cheering and chanting for choice, an unprecedented crowd of roughly 25,000 parents, children and teachers swarmed Prospect Park on Wednesday to demand the doubling of city charter school seats by 2020.

Jeffries & Thousands Challenge Educational Inequality Through Public Charter School March
Kings County Politics / By Kelly Mena
Originally published: 9.28.2016

About 25,000 students, parents, and educators marched in Prospect Park today alongside city officials, includingCentral Brooklyn Congressman Hakeem Jeffries and rap artist Common in support of New York City’s public charter school system to double in size to serve 200,000 students by 2020.

Rapper Common, 25,000 Attend #PathToPossible March for Charter Schools
Eyewitness News WABC7 / By Joe Torres
Originally published: 9.28.2016

Thousands of parents, students and educators were joined by rapper Common in Brooklyn Wednesday to call for New York City to double its public charter school sector to 200,000 students by 2020.

“Four years ago, it was like only 60,000 kids,” organizer Yvonne Guillen said. “And now four years down the line, we have 100,000. I think it’s doable.”

Marching for Truly Equal Opportunity in New York’s Schools
New York Post / By New York Post Opinion
Originally published: 9.27.2016

This year’s Path to Possible March marks something remarkable: Truly equal educational opportunity is now in reach.

Thousands of charter students, parents, teachers and prominent elected officials will march Wednesday. Heading the parade are such prominent voices for justice as Rep. Hakeem Jeffries and actor/activist Common.

Opinion: #PathtoPossible march to support public charter schools
Brooklyn Daily Eagle / By Gigi Grubb
Originally published: 9.27.2016

Earlier this month, Families for Excellent Schools put out a report proving that public charter schools are the Path to Possible for the highest-need kids in New York City. They have been responsible for almost all of the gains made in the worst performing school districts.

Jeffries to keynote pro-charter schools rally in Prospect Park
Politico / By Laura Nahmias
Originally published: 9.22.2016

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, who has been mentioned as a possible challenger to Mayor Bill de Blasio in a Democratic primary next year, will be the keynote speaker for a charter school march hosted by Families for Excellent Schools and charter school executive Eva Moskowitz in Prospect Park next week.

Team de Blasio’s school-space game
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 9.20.2016

As predicted, the city Department of Education is maneuvering to deny space to charter schools looking to open or expand next fall.

This, despite a Citizens Budget Commission study that shows lots of underused schools in precisely the neighborhoods where 25 charters are requesting space