Join the East Harlem Teaching Residency (EHTR) and Hunter College School of Education to learn about how we develop anti-racist teachers. Attendees will hear from experts in the field, listen to a panel of program stakeholders, and put their learnings into action by participating in an interactive workshop on anti-bias language.

 

 

Keynote Speaker

Sonya Douglass Horsford, Ed.D.  

Assoc. Professor of Education Leadership,

Teachers College, Columbia University

Moderated By

Michael Middleton

Dean of Hunter College School of Education

Panelists

Nadine Bryce

EHTR Faculty Advisor & Assoc. Professor, Hunter College

Tyiesha Hoskins

Graduate & First-Year Harlem Charter School Teacher

Ariana Bottalico

Graduate & First-Year District Four Public School Teacher

Nelson Sanchez

EHTR graduate & Scholars Academy Middle School Teacher

Desree Cabrall-Njenga

Principal, Scholars Academy Elementary II

Maureen Yusuf-Morales

Principal, Scholars Academy Middle School

Workshop Facilitators

Susan Gonzowitz

Founding Managing Director, EHTR

Sherryl Browne Graves

Acting Senior Assoc. Dean, Hunter School of Education

The East Harlem Teaching Residency is rooted in anti-racist practices that prepare its graduates to support the young people of East Harlem as they realize their best possible selves. Rather than training teachers to have an awareness of racism, the program is designed to shape transformative educators who actively work to dismantle racism.

For more information contact Celeste Rivera at [email protected] or (212) 831-0650 ext. 148