Staten Island School Diversity Town Hall @NYCSchools @csihsis

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Staten Island School Diversity Town Hall @NYCSchools @csihsis

Next School Diversity Town Hall is happening Tuesday May 15, 2018 in Staten Island at CSI High School for International Studies, located 100 Essex Drive, Staten Island from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. The goal of these town halls is to create a forum for community members to share their perspectives on issues of school diversity and to inform the Advisory Group’s policy recommendations. The invitations are attached in Russian and Chinese, and below are Spanish and English. Please share widely!

Additionally- please HOLD the date: Thursday, May 31, 2018 for our Citywide Youth Town Hall, details forthcoming!

 These town halls are open to all community members. Parents, Principals, Students, Teachers, and advocates are all encouraged to attend. These town halls will provide a forum for attendees to engage, give feedback, and share their goals and priorities for school diversity. This will be interactive and conversational for all participants.

 Key Information:

Staten Island School Diversity Town Hall
Tuesday May 15, 2018

CSI High School for International Studies

100 Essex Drive, Staten Island, NY
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Join us to participate in small group discussions that will introduce community members to this exciting initiative and provide a forum to share how our schools can best reflect our communities
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.


Food, Interpretation and Child care for children 5 years old and up will be provided

In 2017, the City launched the School Diversity Advisory Group charged with evaluating the DOE’s approach to diversity and, ultimately, to make recommendations on citywide policy and practice. The advisory group is made up of over forty (40) administrators, activists, and advocates, seeking input from parents, students, and community members through a series of town halls hosted in each borough..

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