Reading Reform in NYC: Teaching Kids, Empowering Parents, Supporting Teachers

Reading Reform in NYC: Teaching Kids, Empowering Parents, Supporting Teachers

Reading Reform in NYC: Teaching Kids, Empowering Parents, Supporting Teachers

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The launch of NYC Reads, DOE’s literacy initiative centered around evidence-based reading strategies, has raised challenges, including how to communicate to families these new changes in curriculum and how it will impact their children. Join InsideSchools and Education Trust-New York for a virtual event discussing NYC’s reading reform efforts in K-5 schools. Explore the science of reading, statewide policy impact, and insights from educators, advocates and a parent on improving children’s reading skills. Our panelists will explore best practices in communicating curriculum changes to families and supporting children’s reading skills, prioritizing those most in need.

Panelists:

Moderated by Natasha Quiroga, The New School’s Center for NYC Affairs, Director of Education Policy & InsideSchools

Jeff Smink, Education Trust – NY, Deputy Director
Rosa Loza, La Fuerza de Familias Latinas, Senior Program Manager, LEAP and Science of Reading
Pilar Ramos, Arts & Letters, Principal, District 13 Brooklyn
Latoya Judge, Brooklyn parent, PS 191 Paul Robeson, READ718
Literacy Specialist, TBD

This event is supported by the Levin Endowment.

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04/16/2024 @ 04:00 PM (EDT)
 

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