Clear Channel To Spotlight NYC School Survey
February 24, 2010 at 11:13 AM (PT)
The CITY OF NEW YORK has launched the fourth annual NYC School Survey, which polls the City’s public school parents, teachers, and 6th through 12th-grade students about the learning environments at their schools. Schools Chancellor JOEL I. KLEIN announced the Dept. of Education’s (DOE) partnership with CLEAR CHANNEL/NEW YORK in a pro bono marketing campaign to raise awareness about the survey and increase participation.
"Over the past three years, our schools have enacted meaningful changes based on the feedback we've received through the NYC School Survey," Chancellor KLEIN said. "By working with CLEAR CHANNEL to raise awareness and increase survey participation, it is our goal to hear from an even greater number of parents, students, and teachers so that we can continue to provide a productive and nurturing learning environment in our schools and build on the progress we've made."
"We approached the DEPT. OF EDUCATION and Chancellor KLEIN’s office last fall because we believed that by combining our outdoor, radio, and digital assets, together we could make a real difference in such a meaningful campaign as this," CLEAR CHANNEL Pres./Market Manager JOSEPH PUGLISE said. "We can think of no more deserving an area of focus than education, and hope to play a very small role in making a very big difference."