(Re)connecting Brooklyn’s History: Slavery and Abolition in Brooklyn

Open to: All Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: From 1783 to 1865, Brooklyn transformed from an agricultural slaveholding capital to the third largest city in

Explore Artifacts from the Museum of Jewish Heritage’s Collection

Open to: Active Grades K-12 Teachers, Paraprofessionals, and School Administrators Opportunity at a Glance: Join us as we examine artifacts from the Museum’s collection that

Fulfill your DASA workshop at The School of Visual Arts

Open to: All Educators Opportunity at a Glance: This online workshop will address the importance of school culture and climate, delving into social patterns of

Apply or Nominate a Teacher: African American Women’s Unseen Work

Open to: All Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: African American women’s activism is vital to addressing racial disparities and unmet community needs, yet largely goes

Participate in Groundbreaking Trauma-informed School Design Project

Open to: All Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: The Trauma-informed Design Society is creating an evaluation tool for schools to identify changes that can lower

Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)to Find Future Oyster Restoration Sites – For Educators

Open to: High School Teachers Opportunity at a Glance: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are useful tools in data analysis, allowing people to answer specific questions

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