NYC’s Summer Rising program rejected 45,000 applicants, launching scramble for child care
Roughly 45,000 children have been shut out of New York City’s free, popular summer program, education department officials said this week.
The program, which runs between six to seven weeks for most students, provides academics during the morning and enrichment activities in the afternoon for children in grades K-8 across the five boroughs from July to August.
Like last year, a total of 110,000 seats were available this year, with a portion held open for students mandated to attend summer school. During a City Council hearing this week, the education department’s Chief Operating Officer Emma Vadehra said there are 94,000 seats available for 139,000 applicants. Officials initially reported that 30,000 families did not receive spots.
Read the full article here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/5/24/23736580/summer-rising-applications-nyc-schools-seats
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