A public forum on city plans for middle and high school integration
New York City’s schools are deeply segregated by race, class, and language status. Communities across the city have started to demand integration, and for the first time since the 1970s, the Department of Education is poised to act.
Learn about the plan to integrate District 15 (Brooklyn) middle schools and the Specialized High Schools, and join a discussion on how we can integrate our schools in Jackson Heights.
Matt Gonzales, Director, School Diversity Project, NY Appleseed
Lazar Treschan, Director of Youth Policy, Community Service Society of New York
Cosponsored by New Visions Democratic Club