WEDNESDAY, SEP 20, 2017
Join us during Hispanic Heritage Month to honor those making a difference for Emerging Bilingual Students in Colorado. This is a celebration of equity and excellence as well as a fundraiser to provide scholarships for teacher candidates and teachers and mini-grants to classroom teachers as well as community organizations. Dinner is included in the Gala which includes a keynote by the 2017 CABE Federico Peña Community Service Award winner, Nita Gonzales. Other award winners include Colorado educators from Jeffco, Adams 14, Poudre, and Roaring Fork as well as Sen. Rachel Zenzinger and Velázquez Press Managing Director Arthur Chou.
Sep. 20, 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Artwork Network, 878 Santa Fe Dr., Denver
$100 per person/$800 per table of 8
SHARE THIS EVENT:
THURSDAY, OCT 12, 2017
New York City’s high school system is built on choice, but in reality many of the city’s low-income students of color are shut out of its top schools. Now, the city is trying to figure out how to give more students a fair shot — and in the process make schools more diverse. Chalkbeat NY has been following this story closely, and now we’re inviting people from across the system to join us in a conversation about what can be done to improve this process. Get your tickets here. Catch up with our reporters and connect with others who care about New York City schools at this solutions-oriented panel discussion and networking event. Your $17 ticket donation supports Chalkbeat, and drinks and appetizers are on us! (Two drink tickets for either beer or wine will be provided to guests over 21 years old.) Happy hour will begin at 6 p.m., followed by a panel discussion at 6:45 with additional time for mingling once the panel wraps. We look forward to seeing you there!
Oct. 12, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
114 West 47th Street 19th floor New York, NY 10036