Calling all students, parents, educators, politicians, community leaders, and educational justice seekers:
After being featured in the New York Times for its April kick-off event, Teens Take Charge is fired up for another unforgettable night of student-led dialogue about educational inequity. This time, school officials and elected leaders will be joining the students on stage for a one-of-a-kind conversation about the most pressing issues in the New York City public school system. Adult panelists include:
State Assemblyman Michael Blake
State Assemblywoman Carmen De La Rosa
City Council Member Brad Lander
DOE Chief Operating Officer Ursulina Ramirez
Young Men's Executive Deputy Director Cyrus Garrett
District 8 Superintendent Dr. Karen Ames
Reserve your ticket and save the date on your calendars. You don't want to miss it.
Official Partners: The Bell, Handwritten, NYC Alliance for School Integration and Desegregation, New York City Education Council Consortium, Organizing for Action, New York, Education Reform Now
Admission: While admission is free for all, we kindly request donations from adults in advance or at the door to offset the cost of hosting the event.
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