Join us for this conversation which will explore and recognize the importance of developing successful partnerships among families, schools, and communities to support the development, learning, and success of our youth. Our panel will lead a discussion about the challenges and successful strategies to accomplish these goals in NYC.
- Barriers and challenges which can impede the development of effective partnerships
- The conditions and skills needed by parents, teachers, and staff to build and sustain these important relationships and partnerships
- Successful strategies in NYC for accomplishing goals
- Valerie Barton-Richardson, Executive Vice President, CAMBA
- Steven Choi, Executive Director, New York Immigration Coalition
- Jane Heaphy, Executive Director, Learning Leaders
- Megan Hester, Principal Associate, NYC Organizing, Annenberg Institute for School Reform
- Edna Iriarte, Program Officer, New York Foundation
- Aracelis Lucero, Executive Director, MASA
- Christine Marinoni, Special Advisor for Community Partnerships, NYC Department of Education
- Al Reynolds, Project Director of Neighborhood Initiatives, Literacy, Inc.
- Danielle Pulliam, Program Officer, Pinkerton Foundation
- Jenna Shumsky, Senior Director, Middle School Quality Initiative, NYC Department of Education
8:45 -9:00 AM Check-in
9:00 -11:00 AM Program
Registration is required by March 22nd.
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