Chancellor’s Day: Seneca Village: Giving Voice to A Silenced Narrative

Open to: Grades K–12 Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: The African American and Irish immigrant community of Seneca Village offers a unique lens to explore

Chancellor’s Day: Footprints of Climate Change Revealed Through Antarctica’s Glacial History

Open to: Grades 6-12 Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: Join us for a special session for educators with Suzanne OConnell and Marlo Garnsworthy. They sailed together

Prospect Park: A Chancellor’s Day Event for Educators

Open to: All Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: The Covid-19 pandemic illuminated just how important parks are in New York City.  In Brooklyn, Prospect Park

Develop CRSE-Aligned Practices

Open to: Teachers and School Leaders Opportunity at a Glance: How can you work toward equity in education?  Take part in Touchstone Texts for Equity

Gain Climate Knowledge and CTLE Credits on Chancellor’s Day!

Open to: All teachers Opportunity at a Glance: Join the NYC DOE Office of Sustainability for our first in-person event in over two years!  Workshops

Chancellor’s Day Online Opportunity with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Open to: Grades 3-12 Educators Opportunity at a Glance: Join us for “Underrepresented Voices: Stories of 9/11.” During this free 2-hour workshop participants will do

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