Putting the Public
Back in Public Education

Education as a Civil Right

This panel discussed how Mayor-elect de Blasio, in his first 100 days, can set the stage for more meaningful participation and better outcomes for New York City’s black and brown children.


Hosted by the New York Urban League



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Event Highlights:

"No co-location, period!"

 

- Bertha Lewis, Founder, The Black Institute
 

"Mayor-elect de Blasio should hire a chancellor who is experienced in education, and who can attract private dollars to public education."

 

Jemar Ward, President, New York Urban League Young Professionals

"Both Mayor-elect de Blasio and the new chancellor need to respect the critiques of Common Core."

 

- Bertha Lewis, Founder, The Black Institute

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