WEDNESDAY, NOV 30, 2016

12:00 PM

The State of NYC Renewal Schools in Year 3
Renewal Schools have the potential to change the lives and educational futures of nearly 40,000 of NYC's most at-risk students. In year three of the Renewal Schools effort, some schools are thriving, but there are also reports of disorganized bureaucracy impeding academic progress. What can be done to ensure that all Renewal Schools have a fighting chance of success? This event will discuss the success in Renewal Schools and what must be done to fulfill the promise of the nation's most ambitious school improvement Initiative. Public Advocate Letitia James will moderate a panel discussion with (1) Earnest Logan, President of the Council of Supervisors and Administrators (2) David Kirkland, Director of the NYU Metro Center for Urban Education (3) Dianne Morales, Executive Director of Phipps Neighborhoods (4) Alonta Wrighton, NYC Department of Education Renewal Schools (5) Janella Hinds, vice President of High Schools, United Federation of Teachers (6) Shalana Rodriguez, Parent at MS 50, a Renewal School in Brooklyn
WHEN:

Nov. 30, 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

WHERE:

365 Fifth Ave, Room 9100

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Office of the Public Advocate, NYC Coalition for Educational Justice, Alliance for Quality Education, and the Public Science Project

2129929438

COST:

Free

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