On September 24th, New York Appleseed, alongside fellow members of the Integration Coalition, released a document outlining priorities for Real Integration for the final 100 days of the De Blasio administration and the first 100 days of the incoming administration. 

The priorities set by the Coalition call for policies and practices that would effectively desegregate and integrate New York City public schools. Moreover, they are a call to action to City leadership to fulfill promises set since the call to end “a Tale of Two Cities” and the adoption of goals toward integration made by the School Diversity Advisory Group.

Click here to learn more about the immediate action necessary to increase equity, access, and inclusion in New York City schools. Read the Daily News article on the priorities here.

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Priorities for Real Integration: De Blasio’s last 100 days in office and the incoming administration’s first 100 days