Save the Date!
The 5th Annual Progressive Ed Summit
January 24, 2015
“When can we declare that equity has been achieved? What does it look like? For me, the quest for equity is an eternal struggle that manifests itself in the push for respect, for dignity, for influence, and for self-determination.”
ONGOING WORK AND NEWS
City Neighbors Continues Our Partnership with Calvin Rodwell Elementary School This month, we continue our partnership in supporting Calvin Rodwell Elementary School as they take on project-based learning. With a cohort of eight trailblazing teachers at that school, project studies are emerging on topics ranging from building a garden to spoken word poetry to endangered animals.
City Neighbors Foundation Receives $15,000 Grant From the Meyerhoff Foundation for Website Renovation Continuing their investment in The City Neighbors Foundation and their belief in our power to impact education here in Baltimore, The Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Foundation has awarded The City Neighbors Foundation a $15,000 technical grant to re-do our Foundation website. This website renovation will support our organization’s profile, allow us to reach more people, and more effectively highlight the work of our three schools and our organization.
New Blog Posts Check out our two new blog posts at http://cityneighborsfoundationblog.org/: “Fully Integrated High Performing Schools” and “Teacher Voice”.
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