NEW YORK: Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY) released a United States Congressional Report that shows overcrowding in a staggering 85% of kindergarten through third grade classrooms in Manhattan school districts one through four. Parents and school officials joined Representative Maloney at P.S. 290 in District 2, to discuss the challenges they face in providing high-quality learning environments for students, while dealing with a teacher shortage, severely limited space for new classrooms, and a growing student population. The report, done through the Committee on Government Reform & Oversight at the request of Representative Maloney, also shows that more than a third of these classrooms are extremely overcrowded according to established national standards. The following comments are excerpts from Maloney's remarks at the event:
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-Manhattan, Queens) introduced The Holocaust Education Assistance Act. The legislation promotes awareness of the Holocaust and the devastating effects of hate crimes through grants to qualifying educational organizations by becoming an original cosponsor of the Holocaust Education Assistance Act.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group (IWG) released 20 of 100 CIA "Name" files of key Nazis declassified under Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney's (D-NY) legislation, the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, on the U.S. House of Representatives floor, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) delivered the following remarks in opposition to H.R. 503, the Unborn Victims of Violence Act. Mrs. Maloney served as a whip for the opposition to H.R. 503.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, on President Bush's 100th day in office, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) released the following statement:
WASHINGTON-- Rep. Carolyn Maloney(D-NY) today urged President Bush not to appoint oil industry insiders to lead the Federal agency charged with the oversight of oil companies' conduct on Federal lands. Recent reports have indicated that President Bush is considering two industry insiders, Tom Sellers of Conoco Inc. and Ben Dillon of the Independent Petroleum Association of America to lead the Department of Interior's Minerals Management Service.