The 19th-century sugar trade was a tangled web of people and processes that spanned the Western Hemisphere. Using materials from our Nueva York: 1613-1945 curriculum, learn about the financial and human cost of New York’s sweet tooth.
At this free open house, meet with Staten Island Museum education staff, mingle with colleagues, view the latest exhibitions, and learn about upcoming programs available for students and teachers.
Teachers play an important role in supporting the college-going culture in middle schools. Strengthen connections with your ELL families by inviting them to attend the Chancellor’s College Access for All Conference for middle school students and families.
This fall, ASPDP is offering over 130 courses designed to enhance classroom skills and support student learning. Courses can be taken in-person and online, through over 30 education partners!
A Forum that will highlight lessons learned from NYC’s Pre-K for All expansion and create nationwide network of pre-K leaders to foster long-term collaboration.
Formative assessment is a powerful practice for supporting student learning. WeTeachNYC contains a variety of resources to support teachers in this practice.