Discover how Puerto Rican New Yorkers fought for bilingual education in this free online lecture

Open to: All teachers

Opportunity at a Glance: How did Puerto Rican New Yorkers help the city’s public schools go from English-only to proudly polyglot? Hear from Museum of the City of New York educator and predoctoral fellow Lauren Lefty as she discusses the long path to securing the right to bilingual and bicultural education in the nation’s most linguistically diverse city. Educators will learn about digital resources from the Museum’s exhibitions to support their students’ learning online. FREE. 1.5 CTLE hours. 5-6:30pm, June 18. To register, visit

Key dates:  5:00p.m.- 6:30pm on June 18, 2020

Location: Online

Registration deadline: 06/17/2020

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Cost: FREE

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