Privilege is Segregation
With New York City being one of the most segregated school systems in the country today, we must confront what is at the root of this segregation. Yes, it is race, and also socio-economic status. But what these two and many other identity markers do is disguise the privilege that lie underneath. Sonia serves as a member of the School Diversity Advisory Group, and they call out this privilege with NYC public schools’ use of selective enrollment and its Gifted and Talented (G&T) programs. Sonia has also written her own thoughts on the DCSC blog.
2020 Annual Convening
Registration is now open for our 2020 Annual Convening!
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT ENDS OCTOBER 31st
Richard Lee, Executive Director
Academy of the City
“Unfortunately, there are not many places where charter school leaders can come together to learn from each other around questions of staff recruitment and hiring, developing leadership pipelines, ensuring academic achievement and engaging parents all with an eye toward diversity and inclusion. DCSC fills this niche and that’s why we are ready to make a financial commitment to the future member dues program.”
Read more on Academy of the City.
Our 2nd cohort of UnifiED fellows will travel to Los Angeles next month for their Excellent School Visits (ESVs).
A big thank you to our members in Los Angeles who will host our fellows:
- Citizens of the World
- City Charter School
- Larchmont Charter School
For our members in the L.A. area, we’d love to see you at our Los Angeles Regional Reception on October 1st.
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