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FW: [New post] Tell the DOE (literally) YOU SAY NO TO SUCCESS ACADEMY @ MS50!

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  • Leonie Haimson
    New post on Southside Community Schools Coalition
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 8, 2012
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      New post on Southside Community Schools Coalition

       

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      Tell the DOE (literally) YOU SAY NO TO SUCCESS ACADEMY @ MS50!

      by southsidecommunityschoolscoalition

      We still need for as many community members as possible to sign the online Petition asking the DOE to stop the colocation of Success Academy Williamsburg into MS50.

      BUT, you can also say so to the NYC Department of Education DIRECTLY!

      The public comment period (written or oral) for the March 1st Panel for Education Policy meeting is open from now until 6pm on Weds. Feb. 29th.

      EVERYONE should email d14Proposals@... and tell them "WE DO NOT SUPPORT the colocation of Brooklyn Success Academy Charter School 4 (84KTBD) with Existing School J.H.S. 050 John D. Wells (14K050) in Building K050."

      You can also call Toby Shepherd of the DOE: (212) 374-0208 and tell him the same thing.

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