Join the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Director of Records and Archive Management for a walk in Central Park to explore the history of the New York City water supply system.
Participate in 1 or all 3 of The Center for Jewish History’s sessions this Chancellor’s PD Day. Hear lectures by the experts, presentations by our archivists, and interactive hands-on workshops with primary sources.
In this interdisciplinary program, explore how working people’s movements have shaped the politics, economy, and culture of New York City.
Inspired by The Public’s fall production of MEASURE FOR MEASURE, we’ll take a closer look in this workshop at that play and other challenging texts, as we explore strategies for creating dynamic and fruitful conversations with your students, with guidance from scholars and teaching artists.
This full-day workshop will provide a context for phonics instruction within the core literacy program and within an academic intervention process.
Participating teacher teams in the Race Against Waste program receive resources and support to lead student Green Team members in a service-learning project that focuses on reducing or reusing.