Gail Geohagen-Pratt, Acting Deputy Commissioner, Child Welfare and Community Services, New York State Office of Children and Family Services, offers words of hope and encouragement to New York State’s foster parents for the new school year.
The keynote presentation from NYSED's February 5th Digital Equity Summit, Advancing Digital Inclusion through Racial Equity and Collective Impact, was delivered by Rebecca F. Kauma, the Economic and Digital Inclusion Program Manager for The City of Long Beach, CA.
On June 10, 2020, NYSMBK held a virtual summit entitled "MBK Teacher Opportunity Corps II - All Eyes on Equity During COVID-19." The event featured a keynote from distinguished professor and author Dr. Pedro Noguera.
My Brother's Keeper (MBK) students, school administrators, Chancellor Rosa, Vice Chancellor Brown, Regent Young, and Commissioner Elia talk about the positive impact of the New York State MBK initiative.
This video takes you inside two schools in the Syracuse City School District to see how teacher leaders called “Multi-Classroom Leaders” (MCLs) are transforming teaching and learning to improve student outcomes.
In December 2015, the NYS Blue Ribbon Commission for the Arts made recommendations to the Board of Regents and Commissioner of Education on arts assessments of comparable rigor to a Regents Exam to be used as pathways assessments in the arts.
Parents and family members learned how to help their children become college and career ready by attending workshops and hearing from education and community leaders on October 8 at Teachers College, Columbia University.
On September 12, 1962, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech in New York City to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation. The New York State Museum has the only known audio recording of this speech.