Summer A+ Courses Launch May 18

You can access nearly 300 courses this summer from home or another location of your choice, earning A+ credit toward your salary differential and CTLE hours at the same time.

Celebrate National Poetry Month Online with Your Students

“Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable.” –Mary Oliver. Poetry Resources on WeTeachNYC

Census 2020

Use Your Voice: Census 2020 & Your School Community

Census 2020 is an important opportunity for all New York City residents to influence the allocation of federal funding for NYC public schools, hospitals, transportation, emergency services, and more. Visit the Census 2020 website for educator resources to use in your classrooms.

Resources to use on College Awareness Day and Beyond

College Awareness Day is on January 10. Here are resources to help you make the most of it this year.

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Teaching Inclusivity through the Arts

Join us at BRIC theatre-maker and comedian Jess Thom’s performance of Samuel Beckett’s Not I, which integrates ASL interpretation and a Relaxed Performance model as a standard for deeply inclusive theater experiences.

Explore New Civics for All Resources for Teaching Current Issues & Events

Civics for All has created, and will regularly add to, a collection of supplemental lesson plans and resources to aid in teaching current issues and events.

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