Community Education Council (CEC) that represents Ocean Hill, Brownsville, and bits of East New York, has not had a quorum to conduct business since early October, when half of its members resigned in protest over how the CEC was run.

CECs, which are part of the Department of Education’s governmental structure, are meant to be the parent advocates for their districts. The Councils are “charged with promoting student achievement, advising and commenting on educational policies, and providing input to the chancellor and the Panel for Educational Policy,” according to DOE. 

District 23’s Community Education Council (CEC) that represents Ocean Hill, Brownsville, and bits of East New York, has not had a quorum to conduct business since early October, when half of its members resigned in protest over how the CEC was run.

CECs, which are part of the Department of […]

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