Bureau: New York

HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY MANIFESTATIONS OF ANTISEMITISM

Through this 2-day, online program, educators will: Define contemporary manifestations of antisemitism, both different and the same as traditional forms of antisemitism present beforeand during the Holocaust; Discover and utilize classroom lessons and resources to help students explore the persistenceand impact of antisemitism worldwide; Explore ways to support students’ ability to recognize and actively to …

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New York Jewish Book Festival

On Sunday, December 11, 2022 beginning at 10:00 AM, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, in Battery Park City, will present its first-ever New York Jewish Book Festival, featuring talks, panels, and author signings. The daylong event will touch on themes of Jewish heritage, including culture and history, modern life and literature, the Holocaust, and food. …

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New York Jewish Book Festival

On Sunday, December 11, 2022 beginning at 10:00 AM, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, in Battery Park City, will present its first-ever New York Jewish Book Festival, featuring talks, panels, and author signings. The daylong event will touch on themes of Jewish heritage including culture and history, modern life and literature, the Holocaust, and food. …

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PH x Teens: One Bright Night

What better way to celebrate the holiday season than through creativity? Inspired by the exhibition Masked Vigilantes on Silent Motorbikes, in which artists use addition, subtraction, and multiplication to alter posters into new works of art, teens will create their own holiday-themed papier-mâché collages on mason jar candle holders. These bright, festive lanterns will make great …

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Live event with the hosts of the ‘School Colors’ podcast at Queens Public

Join Chalkbeat New York and THE CITY as we discuss the second season of “School Colors” with podcast creators Mark Winston Griffith and Max Freedman. This live podcast event will include a conversation with special guest New York City Schools Chancellor David Banks, followed by a discussion and audience Q&A moderated by Chalkbeat’s Reema Amin. …

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Artists Studios Community Series

The Artists Studios Community Series provides a welcoming virtual environment where artists feel comfortable showing and talking about their work, sharing information, and learning how to prepare for a studio visit and artist talk.  Each program accommodates ten virtual studio visits followed by sharing resources on different aspects of being an independent artist. Each artist …

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Feeding the Future: Fighting Food Insecurity With Tech Hackathon

“Feeding the Future: Fighting Food Insecurity with Tech”, Sunday, December 4th, sponsored by Nutrien. This FREE all day event will offer both online and in-person workshops where neurodiverse students, ages 7-21, will learn how to create podcasts and video games to combat and bring awareness to #foodinsecurity. In addition to the workshops, our Hackathon will also feature guest speakers, TKU swag, and giveaways! In-Person Workshop:When: 10:30 am …

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Cumpliendo 5: Admisión al kínder

Este taller cubrirá el proceso para aplicar a las escuelas públicas del DOE, incluyendo consejos para buscar escuelas, maneras de presentar una aplicación, entender cómo se hacen las ofertas de las escuelas y qué hacer cuando recibe una oferta. También cubriremos cómo aplicar a las escuelas charter, los derechos de los padres, consejos de apoyo …

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Cumpliendo 5: Admisión al kínder

Este taller cubrirá el proceso para aplicar a las escuelas públicas del DOE, incluyendo consejos para buscar escuelas, maneras de presentar una aplicación, entender cómo se hacen las ofertas de las escuelas y qué hacer cuando recibe una oferta. También cubriremos cómo aplicar a las escuelas charter, los derechos de los padres, consejos de apoyo …

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Cumpliendo 5: Admisión al kínder

Este taller cubrirá el proceso para aplicar a las escuelas públicas del DOE, incluyendo consejos para buscar escuelas, maneras de presentar una aplicación, entender cómo se hacen las ofertas de las escuelas y qué hacer cuando recibe una oferta. También cubriremos cómo aplicar a las escuelas charter, los derechos de los padres, consejos de apoyo …

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Turning 5: The Kindergarten Admissions Process

This workshop will cover the process for applying to DOE public schools, including tips for researching schools, ways to apply, understanding how school offers are made, and what to do when you get an offer. We’ll also cover how to apply to charter schools, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help.

Turning 5: The Kindergarten Admissions Process

This workshop will cover the process for applying to DOE public schools, including tips for researching schools, ways to apply, understanding how school offers are made, and what to do when you get an offer. We’ll also cover how to apply to charter schools, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help.

Turning 5: The Kindergarten Admissions Process

This workshop will cover the process for applying to DOE public schools, including tips for researching schools, ways to apply, understanding how school offers are made, and what to do when you get an offer. We’ll also cover how to apply to charter schools, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help.

Turning 5: The Kindergarten Admissions Process

This workshop will cover the process for applying to DOE public schools, including tips for researching schools, ways to apply, understanding how school offers are made, and what to do when you get an offer. We’ll also cover how to apply to charter schools, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help.

Turning 5: Understanding the Kindergarten IEP

Learn about the process of creating the IEP, steps you can take to prepare for the IEP meeting, and programs and service options that are available for children with disabilities in kindergarten. We’ll go over important dates, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help during this process.

Turning 5: Understanding the Kindergarten IEP

Learn about the process of creating the IEP, steps you can take to prepare for the IEP meeting, and programs and service options that are available for children with disabilities in kindergarten. We’ll go over important dates, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help during this process.

Turning 5: Understanding the Kindergarten IEP

Learn about the process of creating the IEP, steps you can take to prepare for the IEP meeting, and programs and service options that are available for children with disabilities in kindergarten. We’ll go over important dates, parents’ rights, advocacy tips, and how to get help during this process.

World Water Kickoff Event

The World Water Film Festival (WWFF), in partnership with United Nations’ partnersInternational Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC),  Youth for Global Health & Social Justice, and in concert with the UN Water Conference 2023, is hosting a kick-off event December 3rd at Anthology Film Archives (32 Second Avenue New York, NY 10003) from 1:30 pm – …

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UFT COLLEGE & CAREER FAIR RESOURCE HUB

Welcome to the UFT College & Career Fair Resource Hub. The Hub will serve as a resource for Counselors to share with students and their parents. Counselors can post their college fairs to the School Counselor Fair Submission Form. Counselors should encourage students to register for Financial Aid Completion Events and Workshops sponsored by the NYS Higher Education Services Corp. Promote the Albert Shanker Scholarship …

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Mali Magic Educator Workshop

In this online workshop, we invite teachers to explore ways they can use the Google digital platform, Mali Magic, to dive into questions of history and preservation, for middle school students and beyond. Come together with other educators and get creative. Our workshop leaders will lead us in navigating the multi-media contents of the site …

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NYC Solar Schools Education Program – High School Cohort

This partnership between the NYC DOE Office of Sustainability and Solar One provides teachers with: 10 hours of CTLE credits Virtual and in-person professional learning program for 3-12th grade teachers Access to full GDL curriculum including lesson plans that align with the NYSSLS and NYS Science Regents New interdisciplinary remote learning curriculum resources Place-based and …

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Liberty meets Italian Grace

In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Italian Nobel laureate Grazia Deledda, a series of events will be held in New York between November 30th and December 1st, including panel discussions and a film screening. A seminar focused on Deledda’s literary work and her legacy in the United States will open …

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Solar Schools Education Program – Middle School Cohort

This partnership with Solar One offers teachers: 10 hours of CTLE credits Virtual and in-person professional learning program for 3-12th grade teachers Access to full GDL curriculum including lesson plans that align with the NYSSLS and NYS Science Regents NEW interdisciplinary remote learning curriculum resources Place-based and hands-on activities that can compliment Amplify curriculum and …

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Bullying in NYC Schools: How to Identify It and What to Do

It is crucial that our students feel safe and supported in their learning environments. This workshop will cover the different types of bullying and harassment students face, how to identify if behavior is bullying, what schools must do to protect students, and talk about supports available to students this school year.

Managing Test Anxiety for Parents / Manejo de la Ansiedad ante los Examens para Padres

The purpose of this presentation is to learn about the causes of test anxiety, how to recognize warning signs and symptoms of test anxiety, effective skills for managing test anxiety, and learn test-taking skills for different types of questions. The discussion will include a variety of proper study habits and preparation techniques designed to reduce …

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INCLUDEnyc presents Forget Me Not: Inclusion in the Classroom Screening Party with Director Olivier Bernier

Join INCLUDEnyc for a screening party of the award-winning documentary Forget Me Not: Inclusion in the Classroom followed by a talkback with the film’s director Olivier Bernier and Lori Podvesker, Director of Disability and Education Policy at INCLUDEnyc, on November 10, 2022, at 6 PM. As 3-year-old Emilio prepares to start school, his family finds …

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Artists Studios Community Series

The Artists Studios Community Series provides a welcoming virtual environment where artists feel comfortable showing and talking about their work, sharing information, and learning how to prepare for a studio visit and artist talk.  Each program accommodates ten virtual studio visits followed by sharing resources on different aspects of being an independent artist. Each artist …

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Deep Eauity Now

The DEEP Equity Now series is about preparing educators to elevate beyond the safe and performative aspect of equity, into the spacethat Baldwin describes as “go[ing] for broke.” It is here that our work becomes transformative, as we learn how to put it all on the line. https://tu.edu/deepequitynow/  

Meet the Program – Teaching Students with Disabilities, Generalist, Grades 7-12

Designed for individuals interested in teaching adolescents with diverse abilities and unique needs across subject areas, the Master of Science in Teaching Students with Disabilities, Generalist, Grades 7-12 program combines rigorous course work with clinical experiences to prepare candidates for initial or professional certification in New York State. The course of study offers candidates the …

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Meet the Program – School Leadership

The School Leadership program leads to New York State certification as a School District Leader or School Building Leader. You’ll study pedagogical theory as well as the most current best practices for teaching, learning, and leadership in a multicultural environment. We emphasize effective supervision and efficient utilization of school and district resources and embrace the …

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Meet the Program – Teaching Literacy

Literacy is fundamental to all learning. A solid education–and future success–begins with the ability to read and write.Our Master of Literacy program is designed to equip experienced teachers with the tools and knowledge they need to develop and improve literacy skills in students of all backgrounds.  Courses cover the basics of reading instruction and child development …

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Meet the Program – Early Childhood Education and Special Education B-2

The program in Early Childhood Education and Special Education B-2 prepares teaching candidates with knowledge of early childhood development, early intervention, and learning and teaching processes in preschool, kindergarten, and primary grade levels. Upon graduation from the program and completion of New York State Education Department (NYSED) requirements, this program leads to New York State …

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Meet the Program – Childhood Education and Special Education Program, Grades 1-6

The program in Childhood Education and Special Education 1-6 offers a course of study for teacher candidates to become educational leaders who can practice theory and theorize practice in childhood education settings to implement effective teaching practices for culturally and ability diverse students and school communities. Designed for those interested in teaching children from first …

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AMPL!FY Youth Voice Symposium

Youth Communication and national education leaders will discuss strategies to address complex education challenges and create culturally responsive learning communities to: Help young people heal from experiences with racism, sexism, and other injustices Support students to achieve their personal and academic goals Uplift teen voices in a world that too often marginalizes them This event is in-person in …

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Nominations Now Open For Prestigious FLAG Award For Teaching Excellence

Nominations are now open for the fourth annual FLAG Award for Teaching Excellence. The city’s top public school teachers from across the five boroughs will receive cash prizes and their schools will also receive donations. The program highlights and rewards outstanding K-12 New York City public school teachers who inspire learning through creativity, passion, and …

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Winter Fair

On Saturday, December 3, 2022, Brooklyn Waldorf School will host its first inside-the-building Winter Fair since Covid-19 hit New York City. The annual event will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is open to the public, featuring many of the unique features that have made Winter Fair so popular with families for …

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Brooklyn Bridge Park Harvest Festival (Book Giveaway All Ages)

Stop by to grab a book from Brooklyn Book Bodega and join us this fall as we celebrate the changing of the seasons at the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy’s annual Harvest Festival! Don’t miss our kick-off procession, arts and crafts, storytelling, lawn games and more—including our signature pumpkin patch.

Essay Writing: Tips for Students Applying to Middle or High Schools

In this free 90 minute virtual workshop, Maurice Frumkin of NYC Admissions Solutions will partner with Greene Hill School to share his top essay writing tips for NYC students applying to middle or high schools.  Greene Hill School works with Maurice and NYC Admissions Solutions as part of a successful individualized High School admissions program …

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An Evening with Itzhak Perlman

Join us for an exquisite evening as we celebrate the reveal of AMIT’s Kfar Batya campus, a center for educational transformation opening in 2025 in Ra’anana, Israel, and experience an intimate performance by Maestro Itzhak Perlman with Rohan De Silva on piano. “An Evening with Itzhak Perlman” event will ‘preview’ and unveil the plans for …

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Documentary: Music Palace

New York’s Chinatown — previously also known as New York City’s Theater District — was once home to at least 5 active movie theaters that were central to community life, with a theater on every corner at Canal and Bowery. In this special screening of Eric Lin’s short documentary Music Palace (2005), we step back …

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Creating a Visual History Project

Brooklyn Public Library’s Center for Brooklyn History is the host of NYC History Day! This virtual workshop will help students to find primary source images and use them to create visually interesting History Day projects. This is a great workshop for students entering the documentary, website, and exhibit categories. This workshop is part of a New …

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“UNBOUND”

Presented in partnership with the New York Public Library, UNBOUND is a spooky, immersive dance experience inspired by the works of Emily Dickinson. Come and explore the catacombs of a daemon, have an encounter with a witch’s coven, or party at the vampire banquet as the story unfolds. Whether you choose to visit us for …

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“UNBOUND”

Presented in partnership with the New York Public Library, UNBOUND is a spooky, immersive dance experience inspired by the works of Emily Dickinson. Come and explore the catacombs of a daemon, have an encounter with a witch’s coven, or party at the vampire banquet as the story unfolds. Whether you choose to visit us for …

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“UNBOUND”

Presented in partnership with the New York Public Library, UNBOUND is a spooky, immersive dance experience inspired by the works of Emily Dickinson. Come and explore the catacombs of a daemon, have an encounter with a witch’s coven, or party at the vampire banquet as the story unfolds. Whether you choose to visit us for …

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NYC Teacher Career Fair – November 30, 2022

An online teacher career fair event primarily targeting certified lead classroom K-12 teachers across all subjects and grade levels looking to work in a charter school. Register Now.   https://www.charterschooljobs.com/events/nyc-teacher-career-fair-november-30-2022

UFT College & Career Fair

Register here to bring your students to our annual college and career fair! There will be representatives from dozens of colleges and universities, including historically Black schools and SUNY/CUNY schools, on hand to answer students’ questions. We’ll also have a financial aid workshop and take-home resources to help students plan for their future. 

Gowanus Open Studios – 26th year

Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15-16, noon – 6 p.m. both days. FREE. Hosted by Arts Gowanus, Gowanus Open Studios is Brooklyn’s largest celebration of local art and artists. More than 300 artists, businesses, and venues in Gowanus will open their doors, giving the public a rare glimpse inside the former factories, warehouses, and studio buildings …

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Admisión a la escuela intermedia y secundaria para estudiantes con IEPs

Navegar el proceso de inscripción de la escuela intermedia y secundaria puede ser muy complicado, especialmente para las familias de estudiantes con discapacidades. Cubriremos los cambios recientes en el proceso de solicitud; consejos para investigar y seleccionar escuelas según las necesidades de su familia; y responderemos a sus preguntas sobre la solicitud de ingreso a …

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Applying for Middle and High School for Students with IEPs

Navigating the middle and high school enrollment process can be very complicated, especially for families of students with disabilities. We’ll be covering recent changes to the application process; tips for researching and selecting schools based on your family’s needs; and taking your questions about applying to middle and high school.

Applying for Middle and High School for Students with IEPs

Navigating the middle and high school enrollment process can be very complicated, especially for families of students with disabilities. We’ll be covering recent changes to the application process; tips for researching and selecting schools based on your family’s needs; and taking your questions about applying to middle and high school.

Turnout The Bronx Performance

The Bronx Arts Ensemble is excited to partner with The Point CDC in presenting a series of workshops for Turnout NYC–creating equitable arts access across the five boroughs with a season of concerts, performances, workshops, and more. Workshops include activities, musical performances, and conversations about the power of music.⁠⁠Workshop: Friday, October 7 @ 3 PM⁠Performance: …

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Turnout The Bronx Workshop

The Bronx Arts Ensemble is excited to partner with The Point CDC in presenting a series of workshops for Turnout NYC–creating equitable arts access across the five boroughs with a season of concerts, performances, workshops, and more. Workshops include activities, musical performances, and conversations about the power of music.⁠⁠Workshop: Friday, October 7 @ 3 PM⁠Performance: …

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Election Day PD Workshop: Connecting the Dots on Students’ Networks (CTLE credit hours)

Research consistently shows the value of networks for students in building confidence and making connections to support their academic and career goals. In this workshop, participants will explore the importance of networking skills for students and learn more about a four-part framework developed by the Christensen Institute that highlights the key components of strong networks. …

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Election Day PD Workshop: Making Quality Decisions in Enrollment (CTLE credit hours)

Coaching students to make informed decisions about their postsecondary path is a key aspect of effective advising. To help students in navigating the many aspects that make for a strong fit, OneGoal applies a “Quality Enrollment” framework. In this workshop, we’ll explore the framework and reflect on strategies to support students in these decisions.   …

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PD Workshop: Navigating Mental Health Supports (CTLE credit hours)

A dynamic conversation to engage school leaders, educators, and counselors in reflection about perspectives of their school community. In discussing the challenges borne not only by themselves as practitioners but also by their students, stakeholders will connect as a community to share and learn from each other.   This workshop will feature a panel of …

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Civic Science: Air Quality & Environmental Justice Training

Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 9am-4pm Using civic science and place-based learning, 5th-9th grade NYC teachers will learn how to use air quality monitors to lead students in collecting and analyzing data to determine the causes of and design solutions for historical environmental injustices in their communities. You will gain hands-on experience with portable Flow air …

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Sustainability 101 –

This session from the NYC Department of Education’s Office of Sustainability on Monday, October 24 (8am-2pm) is for all NYC Department of Education (DOE) educators – new Sustainability Coordinators, veteran Sustainability Coordinators, and any educator wanting to learn more about sustainability.  Get up-to-date information about what we are doing to make the DOE more sustainable, …

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NYC Solar Schools Education Program

This partnership between the NYC Department of Education’s Office of Sustainability and Solar One offers 3rd-12th grade teachers: 10 hours of CTLE credits Virtual and in-person professional learning program for 3-12th grade teachers Access to full GDL curriculum including lesson plans that align with the NYSSLS and NYS Science Regents NEW interdisciplinary remote learning curriculum …

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Helping Youth With Learning & Organization / Ayudar a los Jóvenes con el Aprendizaje y la Organización

This presentation aims to help parents understand and help their children with the daily skills needed for school success. These skills, referred to as “executive functioning”, include organization, planning tasks, following directions, exhibiting self-control and remembering information. This presentation will provide information on supporting children’s executive functioning in the context of supporting a child with …

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Artists Studios Community Series

The Artists Studios Community Series provides a welcoming virtual environment where artists feel comfortable showing and talking about their work, sharing information, and learning how to prepare for a studio visit and artist talk.  Each program accommodates ten virtual studio visits followed by sharing resources on different aspects of being an independent artist. Each artist …

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Infusing SEL Into Literacy

You’re invited to professional development webinar, sponsored by Litnerd!  Infusing SEL into LiteracyTuesday, September 20th5 – 6 pm ESTZoom (Zoom info will be emailed to registrants prior to the webinar)  Meaningful socio-emotional learning is more important than ever for elementary students. In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of providing robust SEL opportunities to …

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Teacher Workshop – Wampum 101

Wampum is one of the most misunderstood cultural artifacts of the colonial era. Join us in a celebration of New-York Historical’s newest acquisition, a two row wampum belt created by artists from the Unkechaug Nation, and learn the real history of wampum from special guest Chief Harry Wallace of the Unkechaug Nation. Participants will receive …

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