Have Your Say With NYLPI’s New York School Bus Survey

November 23, 2018

We want to hear about your experiences with the New York City school bus system.



Lead Poisoning Report: New York Has Gone 14 Years Without A Single Enforcement Action on Private Lead Inspection Law

September 25, 2018

Ambitious laws to protect the city’s children from lead poisoning have gone without enforcement.



NYLPI Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against New York City Department of Education and Public Schools Athletic League Calling for Equal Access to School Sports

June 21, 2018

Thousands of Black and Latino New York City public high school students attend schools that offer no team sports whatsoever.



NYLPI Stands With New York Renters in Support of NYS Assembly Bill A. 10610 to Ban Income Bias in New York

June 4, 2018

The time to extend basic legal protections to millions of housing-vulnerable New Yorkers is now.



City Council Passes Bill to Protect Tenants from Dangerous Asthma Triggers

December 20, 2017

The New York City Council voted today to pass the Asthma-Free Housing Act (Intro385C), a bill that allows renters to live safely in homes free of mold, pests, and indoor health hazards. Councilwoman Rosie Mendez (D-2) worked for ten years alongside adv …



NYLPI releases report on the state of physical education in New York City’s public schools.

June 27, 2017

The report analyzes data released by the NYC Department of Education and reveals disparities and recommends strategies for improving the rates of PE instruction across the city. The data was released pursuant to Local Law 102 of 2015, a widely supporte …



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