2019 My Brother's Keeper Symposium
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) hosted the 2019 New York State My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Symposium on Friday, May 31st in Albany. Nearly 1,000 students, parents, educational leaders, and citizens from across New York State gathered to hear about the impact of MBK, gain valuable knowledge, and get motivated to implement new strategies in their communities to address issues impacting boys and young men of color. The event included nationally renowned speakers, student-led panels, workshops, and a college resource fair. Read our newsletter to see highlights from the Symposium!
At the 2019 Symposium, NYSED named the second class of the My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Fellows. The MBK Fellows will be provided with a mentor from the NYSMBK Community Network and will gain authentic leadership development opportunities at school, community, and state levels.
- Beating the Odds: Unscreened High Schools with Significantly High Graduation Rates for Young Men of Color
- Beating The Odds: Building A High Performance Infrastructure – Achieving Extraordinary Results for Men of Color
- Malverne Senior High School: Successful Schools (Staff Report)
- Malverne Senior High School: Successful Schools (Student Report)