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.
Join your colleagues for an interactive and thought-provoking event on digital accessibility and inclusion.
In this free webinar, editors from The NYT Learning Network discuss a variety of ways to use Picture Prompts to build literacy skills, practice critical thinking, promote discussion, and foster creativity.
Discover basketball’s distinctly New York character and uncover how the game reflects the history of our city at the Museum of the City of New York. Participation in this program, provides 5 CTLE hours.
Brooklyn’s tremendous cultural diversity and beautiful green spaces creates a complex and dynamic landscape. Explore Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb’s photographs of the “city within the city” in this free curator-guided tour for educators.
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.