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Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, KIPP Co-Founder Dave Levin Join NYC Collaborates to Discuss Shifts in Education Policy

 

FOR PLANNING PURPOSES
February 10, 2016

Press Contact: Jon Reinish
202-999-0461, jreinish@skdknick.com

THURSDAY 2/11: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, KIPP Co-Founder Dave Levin Join NYC Collaborates to Discuss Shifts in Education Policy

On Thursday, February 11, NYC Collaborates will host KIPP Charter School Network Co-Founder Dave Levin as he leads an interactive workshop and conversation about how teaching is changing in the face of shifts in education policy and institutional practice. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will deliver opening remarks.

The workshop, which will feature a diverse audience of public school leaders, administrators and teachers – district and charter alike – will be held at Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY, from 3:00-5:00 p.m.

   
What: Workshop with NYC Collaborates, Brooklyn BP Eric Adams, KIPP Co-Founder Dave Levin

When: Brooklyn Borough Hall<br>
209 Joralemon Street<br>
Brooklyn, NY

Where: Thursday, February 11
3:00-5:00pm.

Who: Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, KIPP Co-Founder Dave Levin, district and charter school educators, community leaders and advocates
   

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About NYC Collaborates
NYC Collaborates creates opportunities for educators from all types of public schools to come together to share information and collaborate to improve student achievement. Our members believe that public schools—whether district or charter—have a collective and mutual obligation to ensure that all students in the City graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college, work and life.

Spearheaded by the New York City Charter School Center and New York City’s Department of Education, NYC Collaborates is funded in part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. To learn more visit: http://www.nyccollaborates.org.

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