RSVP for NYCoRE’s November Meeting

Join us for NYCoRE’s November General Meeting

Friday, November 15th

6 – 8 pm

 Getting to the Root of the Problem: (Re)imagining NYCoRE’s Vision of Social Justice in Education

The tree and rood

Join us for our third monthly meeting of the year as we reflect collectively on some of NYCoRE’s Points of Unity, the principles and philosophies that ground us in our work and bring us together.

At this month’s meeting — the first of a two-part series — we will be delving into our Points of Unity to understand and explore the root causes of the systemic problems we see in our schools, our communities, and our students’ lives. Naming these root causes will help us collectively shape our goals as the NYCoRE community (re)imagines and (re)envisions our future and our place in the educational justice movement.

Be sure to join us for the second part of this discussion at December’s monthly meeting, when we continue the dialogue around more of our Points of Unity!

NYU Pless Hall 3rd Floor Lounge
82 Washington Square East
New York, NY
6:00 to 8:00 PM
5:30 PM: NYCoRE 101 for new members


Break Out Groups will continue their ongoing work.
Look forward to a special presentation in theTeachDream Break Out Group around college advising for undocumented youth and our newly launched online resource guide for educators! 
Questions? Please e-mail
Please Bring ID and RSVP here to give us a head count for food, and to notify security.
NYCoRE Core Committee
Support provided by the Union Square Award, a project of the Tides Center.

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RSVP 10.18.13: NYCoRE Monthly Meeting

NYCoRE Table at 2013 Conf

(Re)imagining NYCoRE’s Place in the Fight for Social Justice Education

Join us for our second monthly meeting of the year as we reflect collectively on the history and future of NYCoRE, engage critically with our mission, and explore the following questions:

  • What do the mission and vision of NYCoRE mean to you and your work inside and outside the classroom?
  • How do the mission of NYCoRE and our collective commitments connect to the context of education today?
  • What is the educational landscape in which we are fighting for social justice?
  • How can the structure of NYCoRE support our social justice work?

Look forward to plugging in to the following Break Out Groups:

  • TeachDREAM/No Human Being is Illegal
  • Adult Educators for Social Justice
  • New Teacher Underground
  • NYQueer
  • NYCoRE Conference
  • Bringing Our Mission Statement to Life through Theater
  • Upcoming Actions – PEP and Mayoral Election

WHEN: Friday, September 20th.  6-8pm

NYU Pless Hall
82 Washington Square East (Entrance on Washington Place)
Third Floor Lounge

Please bring ID


Start the year off by connecting with like-minded educators, learning about the various ways to plug into NYCoRE, and reflecting on your own goals for the school year and for our collective work. Our first meeting of the year will give you the opportunity to re-dedicate, rejuvenate, and refresh your commitment to the struggle for a just and equitable school system.

Come out on the 20th, bring friends and colleagues and enjoy some free food and great company!

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Join us for our 2013-2014 General Meetings!

NYU Pless Hall
82 Washington Square East (Entrance on Washington Place)
Third Floor Lounge
6:00 – 8:00pm

  • Friday, Oct. 18th
  • Friday, Nov. 15th
  • Friday, Dec. 13th
  • Friday, Jan. 17th
  • Friday, Feb. 28th
  • Friday, April 25th
  • Friday, May 16th
  • Friday, June 20th

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Sat 10.19 – The New Teacher Underground Kick-Off 4:30-630p

The New Teacher Underground Kick-Off
Saturday, October 19
4:30 – 6:30 PM
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue
Room 5414

Join us for the first official NTU event of the school year.
New Teacher Underground, a working group of New York Collective of Radical Educators, is a social space for newer teachers to find support and dissect the realities of education in NYC. By connecting and educating ourselves, we strive to be more empowered in and out of the classroom. 
We will share stories inspired by the theme: “Seeing With Many Eyes/Practicing Empathy.”
On October 19, we will use a story-telling/restorative justice practice to reframe our experiences and plan actions that enhance our work as educators. 
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