The facts, history, proven success, and the journey ahead
Thursday Oct. 13th, NYC parents came together to demand concrete action from the de Blasio Administration to provide charter schools with access to public space. As the demand for seats at charter schools grow, school administrators want to provide for as many students as they can, but are road-blocked at every turn by the Mayor’s office. “Enough is enough” charter-advocates say. Legally, charter schools cannot be denied public space, but that does not mean they are granted adequate spacing with any ease.
In the image above, Ian Rowe, CEO of Public Prep Network, addresses the press, urging the Mayor’s office to represent all public schools and children equally.