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Announce Results of Second Annual Public School Survey
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor  Klein announce the results of the City’s second annual public school Learning Environment Survey.  The survey was initiated last year to help schools improve by asking parents, teachers, and students in grades six through twelve to assess how well their schools were serving them. This year more than 800,000 parents, teachers, and students—one in ten New Yorkers—returned surveys weighing in on their schools, nearly 220,000 more responses than last year.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor  Klein announce the results of the City’s second annual public school Learning Environment Survey.  The survey was initiated last year to help schools improve by asking parents, teachers, and students in grades six through twelve to assess how well their schools were serving them. This year more than 800,000 parents, teachers, and students—one in ten New Yorkers—returned surveys weighing in on their schools, nearly 220,000 more responses than last year.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor  Klein announce the results of the City’s second annual public school Learning Environment Survey.  The survey was initiated last year to help schools improve by asking parents, teachers, and students in grades six through twelve to assess how well their schools were serving them. This year more than 800,000 parents, teachers, and students—one in ten New Yorkers—returned surveys weighing in on their schools, nearly 220,000 more responses than last year.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor  Klein announce the results of the City’s second annual public school Learning Environment Survey.  The survey was initiated last year to help schools improve by asking parents, teachers, and students in grades six through twelve to assess how well their schools were serving them. This year more than 800,000 parents, teachers, and students—one in ten New Yorkers—returned surveys weighing in on their schools, nearly 220,000 more responses than last year.
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor  Klein announce the results of the City’s second annual public school Learning Environment Survey.  The survey was initiated last year to help schools improve by asking parents, teachers, and students in grades six through twelve to assess how well their schools were serving them. This year more than 800,000 parents, teachers, and students—one in ten New Yorkers—returned surveys weighing in on their schools, nearly 220,000 more responses than last year.
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