Entrepreneur, Mayor of New York City, Philanthropist.
More students taking SAT and AP exams ought to mean lower scores, but in NYC, the opposite has occurred: http://t.co/yXcClwjtI5
SAT scores for NYC seniors increased by eight points since 2012, while the national scores declined by three points: http://t.co/yXcClwjtI5
The number of city students passing one or more AP exams has more than doubled since 2002: http://t.co/yXcClwjtI5
A record number of NYC students passed AP exams this year, and SAT scores rose while the nation's scores declined: http://t.co/yXcClwjtI5
RT @NYCMayorsOffice: 311 can be reached from outside NYC by calling 212-NEW-YORK (212-639-967).
Thoughts and prayers with those impacted by today's train derailment. If you are looking for a loved one who was onboard, call 311.
Freshkills was once the largest landfill in the world. Soon it will have the largest solar power installation in NYC: http://t.co/RMsnEuOQvB
By adding more parkland at Freshkills, total NYC parkland will total more than 30,000 acres for the first time ever: http://t.co/EQDDcL2brA
The Administration is moving forward to officially map an additional 1,500 acres of Freshkills into parkland: http://t.co/EQDDcL2brA
The Freshkills Park installation will generate five times more energy than any solar energy system in NYC: http://t.co/EQDDcL2brA
We want the next Administration to succeed. A balanced budget will help them get off to the best possible start: http://t.co/3giQ11tj1A
We've charted a steady course toward economic growth in all five boroughs and fiscal responsibility at City Hall: http://t.co/3giQ11tj1A
Thanks to NYC's strong economic growth and major cost-saving reforms, we've been able to close the FY 2015 budget gap http://t.co/3giQ11tj1A
Five months ago, we projected there would be a $2 billion gap between revenues and expenses for the FY 2015 budget: http://t.co/3giQ11tj1A