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Specialized High School Admissions Test

25,000+ People Have Signed Our Petition on Change.org

 
 
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SHSAT Action Update:

FREE Bus trip to Albany April 30

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There will be over 8 public hearings and forums on the SHSAT. We encourage supporters of the SHSAT to attend and voice your opinion about keeping the test. See Below:

 

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Bus Trip to ALBANY- visit legislators and rally

Join alumni and parents for a rally and lobby day in Albany. Reach out to legislators to tell them your story. FREE transportation will be provided for a one day trip. A chance to speak to legislators in the Capitol Building or RALLY in the halls to get our message across.

or copy and paste this link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050c48aba728a4fd0-albany

Participating Organizations : CAACR, CACAGNY, CoalitionEDU, NYC Residents Alliance, Scholastic Merit Fund.

 

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May 10, 2019 Please Attend and Speak

The State Senate Education Committee wants to hear your views on the SHSAT

This is your chance to voice your opinion and support on Admission to the Specialized HS

Keep the test and create more seats. Don’t marginalize the immigrant low income families that make up half of the Specialized High Schools.

Express to them that you as their constituents want to keep merit, objectivity in admissions and keep the SHSAT.

 
 
 
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Assembly Hearing May 10, 2019

Important

Email whylandf@nyassembly.gov to request an invitation to attend or speak.

They will allow 5 minutes for people to speak. Education Chair Benedetto is reasonable. We must express; the test is not the problem, Brooklyn Tech was majority Black and Latino in the 70s. 80s, and 90s. using the same test.

The dismantling of gifted and talented classes in elementary and middle schools broke their pipeline. The proposals to abolish the test is fostering racial division and polarizing the city. Fix K-8 schools, support BILLS that create more GT classes.

Recognize that the Mayor’s proposal reduces the Asian students at these schools by 50%. The Mayor and Chancellor have neglected to examine the impact to the Asian community .