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Career Exploration Month is a citywide effort to raise awareness about the importance of supporting students to identify career interests and explore paths needed to pursue those careers. Click the image above to start exploring the collection.
The Hidden Voices project is a collaboration between the NYCDOE and the Museum of the City of New York. Click the image above to get started in helping students find their own voice as they make connections between the past and present.
These curriculum materials, produced in connection with the New York Historical Society’s 2018 exhibition Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, explore the contested efforts toward full citizenship and racial equality for African Americans in the fifty years after the Civil War. Click the image above to explore the collection.
The mid-year Professional Conversation Toolkit includes tools, templates, and sample videos to support school leaders and teachers in preparing for collaborative professional conversations. Click the image above to get started.
Click the photo above to access a 45-minute professional learning activity, utilizing an excerpt from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TED talk “The Danger of a Single Story” to reflect on the ways in which we form predetermined narratives (or, “stories”) about one another, and how these “stories” impact learning and educational equity.
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