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City-As-School Featured in NYT piece

City-As-School Featured in NYT piece

Read more about the City-as-School program in this NYT piece that explores the value of experiential and problem-based learning, approaches that are both firmly rooted in progressive practice. The article also includes a link to a more comprehensive look at the...

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PENNY Spring Conference

PENNY Spring Conference

Our March 10, 2018 conference exploring the theme of progressive education in practice was a resounding success. More than 100 educators gathered at City-as-School to explore how progressive practices live in public and private schools across New York City...

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October PENNY Quarterly Meeting

October PENNY Quarterly Meeting

The October PENNY Quarterly meeting featured a spirited panel discussion about the possibilities and promises of progressive education framed by the question, "“What does democratic ED look like in a progressive school?" The panel discussion was moderated by Bank...

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PENNY @PEN

PENNY @PEN

Progressive Leadership: Building Schools that Educate for Democracy How do the leaders of progressive schools support, protect, and celebrate progressive philosophy and teaching? As leaders of public, charter, and independent schools we feel a sense of urgency in both...

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Images from edcamp Progressive Education NY

Images from edcamp Progressive Education NY

progressive education NY is a day of collaboration and learning that seeks to build a shared understanding of progressive principles and what they look like in practice in our classrooms and schools today. It is a day grounded in progressive pedagogy and practice with a critical lens focused on access, equity and activism.

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It’s Time to Take #PENNYaction!

It’s Time to Take #PENNYaction!

On January 20th, Inauguration Day, The Progressive Education Network of New York asked supporters to post pictures and text from their schools and classrooms that provided examples of learners engaged in experiences grounded in progressive pedagogy and, where possible, connected to the election and education for democracy.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Book Talk with Steve Goodman – 10/2

Book Talk with Steve Goodman – 10/2

For the past 35 years, Steve Goodman, founding director of the Educational Video Center, has helped students develop their voice to tell their stories. Their stories are powerful, hopeful and provocative.  A number of these stories have been captured in Steve’s new...

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PAST EVENTS

Progressive Education in Revolting Times

Progressive Education in Revolting Times

A Salon for Educational Leaders with Michelle Fine, Distinguished Professor at the CUNY Graduate Center Please join us for a conversation with Michelle Fine and progressive educational leaders from across New York City as we explore the following questions: How can we...

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Spring School Visits

Spring School Visits

PENNY Schools will be hosting visits the week of April 16th. Connecting progressive educators and their schools is a cornerstone of PENNY’s mission. School visits are one way that we seek to deepen progressive practice, establish connections between teachers and...

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Progressive Education in Practice

Progressive Education in Practice

Join us on March 10, 2018 Overview Our day-long conference will explore the theme of progressive education in practice. We will look at the way progressive practices live in public and private schools across New York City and learn from each other through workshops....

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January 17 Quarterly Meeting

January 17 Quarterly Meeting

How can we teach and learn for equity in New York City, one of the most segregated school districts in the United States? How can progressive education help us think about this? What do youth want us to know? Please join us for LAUNDRY CITY, a provocative...

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