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NYC chancellor seeks $17 billion to fix public schools in biggest capital plan ever

11.01.2018 | New York Daily News | Carranza’s capital plan sets a road map for the physical aspects of the city’s 1,800 public schools over the next five years. It includes $750 million to make one-third of the city’s schools in each district fully accessible to city students with disabilities by 2024, something that activists, including Advocates for Children, had pushed for. The issue grabbed headlines in October when an Advocates for Children report showed just 1 in 6 city schools are fully accessible. Read article