RSVP for NYCoRE’s Oct. General Meeting – Friday, October 19th

Join NYCoRE for its October General Meeting

 

This month’s political education piece:

Deferred Action and its Effects on our Students and Classrooms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join NYCoRE to discuss and explore the following questions:

  • What do educators and students need to know about deferred action?
  • How does it affect our classroom?
  • How are neoliberalism, racism, and the deferred action program connected?

Location:
James Baldwin High School
351 West 18th Street (between 8th and 9th)
New York, NY
Room 313

Time: 6:00 to 8:00 PM

There will also be a NYCoRE 101 Session at 5:30 for folks who are new to NYCoRE and who would like to hear more about the organization and ways to plug into it. If you are interested, please RSVP on the form below.

~For questions, or if you would like to facilitate a breakout group, please e-mail Rosie at Rosie@nycore.org

Some food will be provided.

Please Bring ID

Please RSVP to give us a head count for food, and to notify security.

 

Thanks,
NYCoRE Member Committee
http://www.nycore.org

 

Support provided by the Union Square Award, a project of the Tides Center.

Desde las entrañas del monstruo: Article about NYCoRE in Chilean Education Magazine

Desde las entrañas del monstruo: educadores en nueva york luchando contra el neoliberalismo y el racismo

(From the Belly of the Beast: New York Educators Struggling Against Neoliberalism and Racism)

by Camila Leiva & Ariana Mangual

Below is an article written by NYCoRE members Camila Leiva and Ariana Mangual for Docencia (Teaching), a Chilean journal produced by the College of Teachers, which was founded in 1996 with the purpose of analyzing education from a political standpoint, pedagogical and professional, promoting dialogue and discussion among teachers.

The magazine is published three times a year (May, August and December), and is distributed throughout Chile, to a variety of players involved in the world of education: classroom teachers, school administrators, leaders of the College of Teachers, university academics, student teachers, Education Ministry officials, parliamentarians, researchers campuses, unions, universities and NGOs.

 

This is the version that was printed in Spanish. We hope to have an English translation in the near future.

 

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APPLY NOW FOR AN UNDOING RACISM WORKSHOP SCHOLARSHIP!

Last fall NYCoRE organized an Undoing Racism Workshop as part of a broader effort to understand institutional racism in schooling and develop anti-racist approaches to social justice education. Undoing Racism is facilitated by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond and hosted by The Antiracist Alliance of NYC . Here is a description from their website (http://bit.ly/OaKehX ):

“We work to undo structural racism from a common understanding as presented by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond Undoing Racism Workshop. The People’s Institute is recognized as one of the foremost anti- racism training and organizing institutions in the nation. It moves beyond a focus on the symptoms of racism to an understanding of what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone. In the New York region, The People’s Institute organizes not only with social work educators and human service providers but with school teachers, parents and youth, health care providers, criminal justice advocates, and the faith community.”

Although NYCoRE is not planning a workshop for our organization this year, we want to encourage all of our members to attend one of the upcoming workshops on October 26-28 or November 9-11.  If you are currently involved with NYCoRE and interested in taking part WE CAN SUPPORT YOU!

The regular cost for adults is $350 per individual adult or $175 for students. If at least 3 people would like to go we can get a group rate of $250 per person.  If you’ve gone before and you bring someone new you get in for free.  Since this is a form of professional development, some people have been successful at petitioning their supervisors, principals, etc to cover the cost, but if that’s not an option we are offering scholarships for all interested members.  Scholarships will be granted on a sliding scale basis.

If you are interested, please send any questions or completed scholarship forms to alanna@nycore.org.

Peace,
NYCoRE
www.nycore.org