Bureau: New York

Posters of Protest: Women’s Rights Movements

Join Poster House and New-York Historical Society for an on-site workshop at Poster House for Educators exploring the role of posters in historic and contemporary gender equity movements. Examining primary materials spanning a century of women’s rights activism, this workshop facilitates past-present connections and deepens understanding of historical contexts, using classroom-ready resources. Participants will end the …

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40th Anniversary Celebration of the 1982 Chinatown Garment Workers Rallies

A landmark moment in labor history occurred when 20,000 Chinese immigrant women workers from the garment factories of Chinatown went on strike for their union contract. This commemoration event at Columbus Park will include music, dance, children’s activities and veterans speaking about the strike.

The Colors of Frida

A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Recommended for Pre-K to 4th Grade. Performed in Spanish – bilingual.

The Colors of Frida

A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Recommended for Pre-K to 4th Grade. Performed in Spanish – bilingual.

The Pura Belpre Project

Pura Belpré (1901-1982) was a talented author, collector of folktales, puppeteer and storyteller who wrote and reinterpreted Puerto Rican folk tales. As the first Puerto Rican librarian in the New York Public Library system, she  pioneered many programs for the Latino community. Our show is a re-enactment of her legendary “Bilingual Story Hour.” Her famous …

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The Colors of Frida

A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Recommended for Pre-K to 4th Grade. Performed in Spanish or bilingual.

The Colors of Frida

A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Recommended for Pre-K to 4th Grade. Performed in Spanish or bilingual.

The Colors of Frida

A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Recommended for Pre-K to 4th Grade. Performed in Spanish or bilingual.

The Colors of Frida

A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation. Recommended for Pre-K to 4th Grade. Performed in Spanish or bilingual.

New Visions Charter School Career Fair

Looking for teaching opportunities for SY22-23? Register now for the New Visions in-person recruitment event on Tuesday, June 14th from 5:00-7:00 PM!  You’ll get to meet representatives from our schools, learn more about New Visions, and connect with industry experts from our network. The event is open to all roles; Teachers, Social Workers, Counselors, Administration, …

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Classroom Supply Drop & Swap: June 13-17

Cleaning out classroom supplies at the end of the school year?  Don’t throw them away!  In partnership with Materials for the Arts, we’re organizing a drop-off location in each borough.  Donate classroom supplies you don’t need or swap with other educators! No registration required.  Email Will Niedmann with any questions: wniedmann@mfta.nyc.gov

Raise Your Voice: AAPI Creativity in Resistance Student Webinar (Grades 4-8)

Raise your voice with the Museum of the City of New York! Celebrate the end of the school year with this 1-hour virtual workshop. Students will dive into Raise Your Voice, an art installation featured outside the Activist New York exhibition and hear from multidisciplinary artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya. Students in this workshop will hear Phingbodhipakkiya reflect on how this …

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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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Climate Education on Chancellor’s Day

Join the Office of Sustainability for our first in-person event in over two years! Workshops are facilitated by the DOE’s Climate Education Leadership Team. 3 CTLE credits are available for this training! Attendees can choose two of the below four workshops. Each workshop will be offered twice. Workshop 1: En-ROADS Tutorial for Climate Modeling (Grades 8-12 …

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Chancellor’s Day Professional Development: Twentieth Century Feminism

This full day in-person professional development event will explore all aspects of the feminist movement of the 20th century, from grassroot activism to the passage of Title IX. Keynote by renowned organizer Heather Booth, who has been active in the civil rights and women’s movements since the 1960s, started the pre-Roe underground abortion service JANE, …

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Spend Chancellor’s Day with Apollo Education – The Renaissance is Now!

Join Apollo Education’s full-day Professional Learning Workshop led by Apollo New Works artists Kamau Ware of Black Gotham Experience and Soul Science Lab. This workshop, The Renaissance is Now, invites educators of grades K through 12 to learn new perspectives on the Harlem Renaissance and understand the importance of community history, and how it is reflected in the political …

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Highlighting Asian American & Pacific Islanders in Library Collections

In celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the NYPL is hightlighting materials from the Library’s research collections. Come discover these very special items – illustrated books, maps, photographs, cookbooks, and more – centered on themes of Immigration & Assimilation, Community, Food, and AAPI Activism. We invite all guests to reflect on how …

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Bank Street Infancy Institute

The Infancy Institute is an early childhood development conference that provides training and intensive workshops for professionals who work with infants and toddlers. We welcome caregivers, teachers, directors, trainers, home visitors, parents, early interventionists, developmental specialists, social workers, family childcare providers, and others who support young children in a variety of settings. This year’s Infancy …

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Loisaida Legends

A night of storytelling and conversation with leaders and longtime residents of the legendary neighborhood known as Loisaida! Hosted by EVIMA, Cooper Square Committee, and LES Small Business Alliance. Join EVIMA for a night of storytelling and conversation at La Sala de Pepe on Avenue C. The event will offer a glimpse into Loisaida past …

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Special Education: Know Your Rights / Educación Especial: Conozca sus Derechos

This workshop provides essential tools to successfully navigate the special education system in NYC as to ensure that children with special needs receive the educational services to which they are entitled regardless of the type of school—public, charter, or private. You will leave having a better understanding of 1) Special Education, the Concept, 2) IDEA …

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Collaborating with Partners Supporting our Children / Colaborando con Personas Apoyando a Nuestros Hij@s

This workshop describes five ways parents and caregivers can support your children with their schoolwork at home, even though they may not be familiar with the content, methods, or the English language, and we will also discuss navigating relationships with school staff and other community members. Este taller describe cinco formas en que los padres …

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Urban Dove Career Fair

Looking for a new position for the 2022-2023 school year? Urban Dove is hiring passionate educators, youth developers and office staff who want to make a significant difference in their students’ lives. Join us for an in-person career fair Saturday-May 14, 2022 from 11am-1pm. This career fair is network-wide and will include positions from our …

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New York Charter Schools Conference | Buffalo

NYCSA’s 2022 New York Charter Schools Conference will be held in-person at the Buffalo Hyatt on October 19-21. Schedule Wednesday: Tours & opening reception Thursday – Friday: Full days of conference content Contact conference@nycharters.net for more info.

#StandUp4EdEquity Brooklyn Stop

Students across New York State are undereducated, miseducated, and trapped in failing school systems. Overwhelmingly, these systems fail to serve Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and poor students whose outcomes are devastatingly low. This is a crisis! Every child deserves access to a good education and quality schools. This Saturday at 12 pm, the Bronx community is coming …

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#StandUp4EdEquity Bronx Stop

Students across New York State are undereducated, miseducated, and trapped in failing school systems. Overwhelmingly, these systems fail to serve Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and poor students whose outcomes are devastatingly low. This is a crisis! Every child deserves access to a good education and quality schools. This Saturday at 12 pm, the Bronx community is coming …

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How to Access Supports for Students with Behavioral Challenges

This 60-minute training will cover the educational rights of students who face behavioral challenges in school. We’ll discuss information on behavioral supports and interventions, and share tips on how to advocate for them. We will also explore the different services available for students with and without an Individualized Education Plan.

Related Services ​for Students with ​Disabilities: Types of Services & Common Issues

This 60-minute training will cover the the different kinds of related services the DOE provides, how to know if your child is receiving them, and what to do if there is an issue. We will review the different voucher systems for Related Services (RSAs and P3/P4s). We also want to hear from you! We’ll take …

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Mad Hot Ball 2022

Join Dancing Classrooms on The Edison Ballroom dance floor in the heart of the Theater District for a night of dance and celebration! The long-awaited annual MAD HOT BALL is coming back in-person for the first time since 2019, making its defiantly joyful debut on May 12, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. EST. MAD HOT BALL …

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Together: Young People with Disabilities Building Connections

Join us for a panel discussion to explore ways to develop and strengthen relationships for young people with disabilities. Recognize and celebrate each young person’s birthright to social connectedness Learn the skills needed to transition back to in-person social situations Engage in a community of choice Create the space to normalize caregiver concerns Manage youth …

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Ace The Demo! A Workshop for Educators

Are you exploring teaching opportunities for the upcoming school year? Do you need help preparing for a successful demo lesson? Join the New Visions Talent Acquisition and Curriculum and Instruction teams for an interactive workshop where you’ll develop the skills and learn the techniques you need to ace your demo lesson and land your ideal teaching position! We’ll give …

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The Gathering: Performance and Activism Professional Learning for Educators

Apollo Education presents an educator workshop, in collaboration with American Composers Orchestra and National Black Theatre, that will provide hands-on strategies to engage young people with the creative expression and cultural and political themes that often shape performance. Join us to hear from a composer who will highlight how they use music to respond to …

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CEC 16 April 2022 Calendar and Business Meetings/ Reunión Mensual y de Negocios

All families are welcomed to join us for a discussion about regular and recovery special education services provided to our students through the NYC Department of Education. Ms. Christina Foti, Deputy Chief Academic Officer of theDivision of Specialized Instruction and Student Support, will talk about the kinds of services that families and students have the …

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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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Self-care for Parents & Caregivers / Autocuidado para Padres y Cuidadores

In this workshop, we will learn some practical tools for taking care of ourselves while at home, so that we can continue to be effective caregivers for our children. En este taller, aprenderemos algunas herramientas prácticas para cuidarnos mientras estamos en casa, para que podamos seguir siendo cuidadores eficaces de nuestros hijos.

A Seat at the Table: Building Dynamic Youth-Adult Partnerships

The Opportunity Network is hosting A Seat at the Table: Building Dynamic Youth-Adult Partnerships again for those who haven’t had a chance to catch it! In this interactive workshop, participants will explore the importance of youth-adult partnerships (Y-AP) and ways to activate Y-AP equitably across their work. Join us for a mix of individual reflection, …

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Teacher Workshop – Civics, Students, and Midterm Elections

Join us for a conversation with the Center for Civic Education as we consider how to engage our students in civic education in the 2022 midterm election year and explore digital media instructional tools that can support their learning. Participants will receive 1 CTLE hour

Teacher Workshop – Democracy on Stage

Learn how public theater provided a collective voice for citizens to comment on the issues of the day in ancient and modern democracies. Participants will receive 1 CTLE hour

Teacher Appreciation Day Open House, Featuring the Oneida Indian Nation

Teachers, drop in and enjoy a free day at the museum celebrating YOU! The Oneida Indian Nation and N-YHS bring you a live Haudenosaunee dance presentation, documentary film screening, family story reading and craft, gallery tours, curriculum information sessions, giveaways, and much more. Current vaccination and masking requirements for in-person events will be in effect.

Teacher Workshop & Tour – Black Dolls

Join curator Dominique Jean-Louis for an in-person teacher workshop and tour of Black Dolls, a special exhibition tracing the history of Black dolls, including more than 100 handmade cloth dolls made primarily by African American women beginning in 1850. Explored through the lens of race, gender, and history, these dolls and accompanying photographs and artifacts …

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Infomation Session: College Application Summer Intensive Prep 2022

Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. About this event Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high school students from around the world. …

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Information session: college application summer intensive prep 2022

Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high school students from around the world. This program will …

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The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) – A FREE Teacher Training Program at Teachers College, Columbia University

Are you a sexual and reproductive health (SRH) educator working with youth? If yes, please apply for our 2022 professional development training – only a limited number of spots are available! The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) invites applicants for the Fall 2022 cohort interested in innovating their current SRH curriculum. SEI’s unique programming focuses on …

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Through Our Eyes: Homefront (Virtual Film Screening & Panel Discussion)

In honor of the Month of the Military Child, non-profit media company Shine Global will be offering free virtual viewings of Through Our Eyes: Homefront, a documentary illustrating the impact of military service through the eyes of three children from across the country. On Tuesday, April 12 at 7pm ET/4pm PT, Homefront director Kristi Jacobson …

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Contigo Rumbo A La Universidad

“Contigo Rumbo A La Universidad”, “College Bound”, is a free Virtual College Fair taking place April 6-11 in both English & Spanish. Presented by Univision Nueva York Contigo and Hispanic Federation. This free virtual event will offer attendees the chance to engage with admissions representatives from colleges and universities in New York, New Jersey and …

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Special Education PLC: Science Explorations for Special Educators

The Special Education Professional Learning Community (PLC) allows special educators (from both D75 and non-D75 schools) to build a community that connects sustainability to special education. Each meeting features curriculum or resources from NYC-based organizations and/or special education teachers. In this workshop, participants will explore how to use the NY Hall of Science (NYSCI)’s Science …

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Getting To Know H20

Elementary Teachers (Grades 3-5): Bring your entire class for an interactive demonstration with the NY Hall of Science. Students will learn why water is important to us and all of the amazing properties that make it a unique and special substance. There will be an opportunity for classrooms to simultaneously participate in an interactive activity. …

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The Electric Fleet of the Future

Did you know that NYC plans to electrify the City fleet by 2035? Learn how converting the largest municipal fleet (30,000 vehicles) will create new jobs and a more resilient City. Speaker: Keith Kerman, Deputy Commissioner at Department of Citywide Administrative Services Audience: Middle & High Students, Educators & Faculty

The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) – A FREE Teacher Training Program at Teachers College, Columbia University

Are you a sexual and reproductive health (SRH) educator working with youth? If yes, please apply for our 2022 professional development training! The Sex Education Initiative (SEI) invites applicants for the Fall 2022 cohort interested in innovating their current SRH curriculum. SEI’s unique programming focuses on Reproductive Identity Formation (RIF)– a groundbreaking new approach to …

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Virtual Spring NYC College Fair

The Virtual Spring NYC College Fair  will feature public & private colleges from the New York/Tri-state Area. Representatives will conduct presentations via ZOOM at 9:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Each virtual presentation will last for 1 1/2 hour. High Schools can access colleges via the Landing Page hosted by the Regional Officers of Admission Metro …

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Teacher Workshop with the Smithsonian: American Experiments

What does it mean to form a more perfect union? Join our partners from the Smithsonian National Museum of American History for a workshop on how to foster structured discussion and critical thinking about our democracy, using resources from the exhibit American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith. Participants will receive 1 CTLE hour

Pre-Passover Event!

Come join the Greenpoint Shul for Matzah Cover Making and a mini-Seder. With givaways from Hopalong Andrew!!!!

Navigating School Discipline

This 60-minute training will cover the NYC discipline code and different types of school discipline. We’ll review the procedural rights of students facing discipline, including special protections for students with disabilities, and share advocacy tips to help you advocate for yourself or on behalf of students facing classroom removal or suspension.

Community Day at the Book Hub

Who: You! If you are an educator or part of a community organization What: Select well-loved used books from the Book Hub When: Saturday, April 23, 2022 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Where The Brooklyn Book Bodega Book Hub – 141 Flushing Ave, Suite 302 Why: To increase literacy and the number of 100+ book …

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By Your Side

An elderly Chinese woman is immersed in a daydream in her apartment on the Lower East Side of New York City. A frantic knock on her door yanks her back into reality. It’s a young Black man looking for a place to hide. Will she grant him refuge? Inspired by a true love story, By Your …

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Information session: College application summer intensive prep camp 2022

INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP CAMP 2022 Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high …

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Information session: College application summer intensive prep camp 2022

INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP CAMP 2022 Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high …

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2022 CUNY Education Conference

The purpose of the CUNY Education conference is to connect faculty, staff, administrators, and students in education-related disciplines (e.g. Teacher Education, School Counseling, Education Leadership, Urban Education, TESOL) at all levels, Undergraduate (Community College and 4-year College) and Graduate across the City University of New York to share innovative curriculum, pedagogical, certification, fieldwork, articulation and …

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Surrealpolitik – New Europe Books 10th Anniversary and Double Book Launch

Join us to celebrate the launch of Danish journalist Lasse Skytt’s Orbánland: Why Viktor Orbán’s Hungary Matters—an unusually well-balanced, objective account of why one small European nation’s path away from liberal democracy carries vital lessons for us all—as well as Budapest-based American writer Duncan Robertson’s Visegrad, a rollicking dark comedy of young American expats caught up in …

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Teacher Workshop – Monuments: Commemoration and Controversy

Join curator Wendy Nālani E. Ikemoto for a virtual introduction to the special exhibition Monuments: Commemoration and Controversy and learn about the conflict and controversy that have surrounded monuments and memorials since our nation’s founding. Participants will receive 1 CTLE hour

What to Do if Your Child with an IEP is Falling Behind in School

Many students fell behind during the pandemic, especially students with IEPs. In this webinar we will talk through some services that are available now to help your child get back on track (“Special Education Recovery Services” and “Compensatory Services”), different IEP program options, and how to get evaluations if your child needs them. We’ll take …

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INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP 2022

INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP 2022 Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high school …

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INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP 2022

INFORMATION SESSION: COLLEGE APPLICATION SUMMER INTENSIVE PREP 2022 Please register for our information sessions and learn more about our unique summer college admissions enrichment. Make your college application stand out from the crowd through our College Application Summer Intensive Prep Program. In this two-week program, you’ll have the opportunity to take classes with high school …

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Rocking the GED

In January 2022, New York State went back to using the GED as the main test for earning a High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma. In this free 60-minute webinar, you will learn about finding GED prep courses in NYC; accommodations available to students with disabilities; and how to combine TASC, Regents Exam and GED scores …

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