The Language of Mathematics: Tiered Supports for Multilingual and English Language Learners

Open to: All K – 8th Grade Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: Many Multilingual Learners (MLLs)/English Language Learners (ELLs) experience difficulty in mathematics.  This difficulty

Using Culturally-Responsive Picture Books to Promote Language and Literacy Development for English Language Learners in 4th – 8th Grades

Open to: Grades 4th – 8th Grade ELA and ENL Teachers: REGISTRANTS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS Opportunity at a Glance: Join presenter, Nancy

Attend All-City Advance Placement Computer Science Principles Professional Development

Open to: Current Advance Placement Computer Science Principles Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: Computer Science for All (CS4All) invites all AP Computer Science Principles (AP

Learn More About Lower East Side Immigrant Heritage Sites: A Special Open House for Educators

Open to: Social Studies Teachers, Humanities Teachers and  K-12 Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: For millions of immigrants, their American journeys began upon their arrival

Richard Wright’s Never-Before-Published Novella: The Man Who Lived Underground, A Three-Session Master Class with Maurice Wallace (CTLE credits available)

Open to: Full-time PreK-12 Classroom Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: Richard Wright’s penetrating novella, to be released in April by The Library of America, explores

No Empires, No Dust Bowls: Lessons from the First Global Environmental Crisis – A Three-Session Master Class with Hannah Holleman (CTLE credits available)

Open to: Full-time PreK-12 Classroom Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: The Dust Bowl was an environmental disaster generated by a racialized political economy, colonialism, and

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