KAA & KAPA-GNY Community Meeting in NY
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, without consulting Asian American leaders or organizations, wants to eliminate SHSAT, or Specialized High School Admissions Test. This test has been taken by successfully thousands of immigrant and Asian American students who cannot afford private education. The mayor’s proposal will result in a 75% decrease in Korean-speaking students at these high schools. KAA therefore urges defeat of the mayor’s proposal in the New York State legislature.

We are hosting a community meeting, sponsored by Korean Americans in Action (KAA), Korean American Parents Association of Greater New York (KAPA), Asian Youth Center and Sheeroo Catering to engage with our Korean American and Asian American communities and have an open dialogue about how the mayor's education policy directly affects us. Please join us as we discuss how you could help keep politics out of our children's education.

Light appetizers and drinks will be provided.

Learn more about the issue and our stance:

Thursday, December 6

6:30pm to 9:00pm

Asian Youth Center of New York
244-97 61st Ave. Douglaston, NY 11362

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