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Celebrate and Learn at President Grant’s 198th Birthday Celebration

Bring your class for a “monumental” observance of the great man’s birthday! Join a park ranger and learn more about the largest mausoleum in North America, and the life of the 18th President and Civil War General, Ulysses S. Grant.

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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.

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Field Trip Transportation Funding Available to NYC Cultural and Historic Sites

The National Park Foundation has awarded a limited amount of grant funding to provide transportation for local educators and their students visiting National Park Service units in the NYC area until August 2020.

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.

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Data-Driven Inquiry: Strategies for School Change

In this series, use the inquiry process to interpret data patterns and trends, identify goals for your school, and develop inquiry-based projects.

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