Registration Open: NYCoRE 5th Annual Conference- Radical Possibilities


5th Annual NYCoRE Conference

Radical Possibilities

New Location:

The Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women at 283 Adams Street, Brooklyn NY 11201

Date and Time Remain the Same March 15th, 2014 8:45-5:45

See our re-location statement for more info

Date: Saturday, March 15, 2014


Registration now open! Click Here

Asean and Shoenice (standing). Photo Credit: FMFP 2013

Asean and Shoenice (standing). Photo Credit: FMFP 2013

Asean Johnson, 4th Grader and Education Activist
Shoenice Reynolds, Education Activist and Asean’s mom

Moderator: Ama Codjoe, Dreamyard Action Project and NYCoRE Member

8:45-9:30    Registration and Breakfast
9:30-10:45    Opening and Keynote
11:00-12:30    Workshop #1
12:30-1:30    Lunch and Tabling
1:45- 3:15    Workshop #2
3:30-5:00    Workshop #3
5:00-5:30    Community Building
5:45-8:00    After party

For more information about the conference: Click here.

RSVP for the first NYCoRE meeting of 2014!

Unpacking the New Educational Landscape: New York City’s New Schools Chancellor


RSVP for the First Meeting of 2014!

Friday, January 17th

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

NYCoRE101 @ 5:30 pm

New York City has elected a new Mayor, Bill de Blasio, who recently announced the new Schools Chancellor, long-time educator, Carmen Fariña. This is the first time in NYCoRE’s history that New York City has not been under the leadership of Michael Bloomberg. Carmen Fariña is also the first Chancellor in a decade who has not required a waiver for their lack of training as an educator. At the same time, we know that Democrats have been tremendous proponents of the neoliberal agenda in educational policy, both within New York and nationwide. Given this important historical moment, it is time for NYCoRE members to collectively examine the new educational landscape and ask key questions about the radical possibilities we can imagine in the current educational and political context.
Join us for our January monthly meeting as we explore the positions that Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña have established on key educational justice issues including mayoral control, community and parental involvement, testing, charter schools and co-locations, as well as the UFT and new contract. With an eye towards NYCoRE’s future campaigns and organizing, we will also ask: “Where are the pressure points?” and “What possible strategies can we imagine for educational justice organizing under a new administration?”
Bring your questions, ideas and expertise!

Break Out Groups will continue their ongoing work.

NYU Pless Hall 3rd Floor Lounge
82 Washington Square East
New York, NY

6:00 to 8:00 PM
NYCoRE 101 at 5:30 for new members

Questions? Please e-mail

Please Bring ID and don’t forget to RSVP here or on the form below.

See you soon.

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



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