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Education Challenges Facing New York City Forum; Confronting the New High School Graduation Standards

Education Challenges Facing New York City
Confronting the New High School Graduation Standards
Sponsored by: The Annenberg Institute for School Reform

Professional Staff Congress, CUNY  
61 Broadway, 15th floor
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
4:30 - 6:30pm

New York City is entering a critical year for public education, when fundamental decisions about school governance, massive budget cuts, the outcomes of mayoral and city council elections, and the increased high school graduation standards will shape education policy for years to come. This event is the first in a series of six conversations over the year that will bring together diverse voices to investigate key issues in our schools, and discuss the policy changes necessary to address these issues in the coming years.


Guest Speaker



    Dr. John H. Jackson, President and CEO
    The Schott Foundation for Public Education

Other speakers include:

Norm Fruchter
    Senior Policy Advisor
    Annenberg Institute for School Reform

    Marcia Lyles
    Deputy Chancellor
    NYC Department of Education

    Miguel Rodriguez
    High School Student Leader
    Urban Youth Collaborative


 



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