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 teach and learn for equity in New York City in an era of increased privatization and reduced access to high-quality education,¬†particularly for youth and families of color?
  • What part must progressive schools play in this?
  • What is the role of progressive leaders in promoting equity and access?

The CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street in Manhattan

May 24, 2018
5:30-7:30pm

Refreshments and Schmoozing (5:30-6pm)
Discussion (6-7:30pm)

Sponsored by the Progressive Education Network New York

PENNY, Progressive Education Network New York, connects public, independent, charter, and teacher education schools and individuals of the greater metropolitan area to advance progressive pedagogy and promote equity, access, and social justice.  Through collaboration, advocacy and action, our driving purpose is to strengthen and broaden the impact of progressive education in the face of increasing challenges to full access to quality inclusive schooling.

Refreshments (wine and light snacks) will be served.
This event is free.

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