NYCoRE Conference 2015

JUSTICE NOT JUST-TESTS

    Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015

 Location: James Baldwin School
351 West 18th Street
Manhattan, NY 10011

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Conference Timeline
Please note: Applications are due earlier this year than they have been in the past!

  • October 27th: Call for Proposals for workshops and Call for Proposals for tables made available
  • December 7th: Call for Proposals for workshops due
  • January 14th- 20th: Notification of Accepted/Rejected workshops (Please note, we do not have the capacity to provide feedback on rejected proposals.)
  • January 14th: Registration Open
  • January 23rd: Accepted presenters must confirm participation
  • February 1st: Call for Table application due
  • February 1st: Program Ads due (email mwoodmanrussell@gmail.com for ad info)
  • February 27th: Discounted presenter and tabling registration ends

Read Call For Proposals

Submit a Proposal 

Submit a table or program ad

Goals of the Conference

  •  To share information and critical thinking around the conference theme, namely imagining possibilities for justice and liberation for education.
  • To provide rights-holders in the education system with information and new ideas that can strengthen our effectiveness as activists, both inside and outside of our classrooms (and other sites)
  • To forge connections between and among educators, researchers, parents, activists, and students, fostering new and innovative partnerships and collaborations
  • To develop structures for ongoing discussion and working groups about education and social justice
  • To organize a national voice in the ongoing debate over education reform
  • To plan actions, advocacy, future meetings
  • To bridge the gap between youth and educators by creating a space to make young voices heard
  • To develop and share ideas for inspiring practice, both inside classrooms and in communities

For questions: info@nycore.org

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