On October 22, the Sheff Movement will host a design challenge to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sheff v. O’Neill decision. This event is meant to promote meaningful public discourse and engagement that will ultimately strengthen Greater Hartford’s ongoing efforts to address racial and socioeconomic isolation and related inequities. This conference aims to: 1) […]
As a reminder, the Sheff Movement meeting will be held June 11th at our offices (75 Charter Oak Ave). We’ll start at 10AM and plan to finish by 12PM. Please forward any suggestions for agenda items. Three things: 1) We’ll be discussing the new legal agreement that was announced June 10th (See “With ‘Mixed Emotions,’ […]
This professional development opportunity is for educators, educational leaders, and educational stakeholders interested in examining and developing policies, practices, structures, and systems for all in their school community; specifically for culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Engage in discussion about race, racism and inequality in our society and its impact on our children’s education. Build connections and find common ground with others as we support our students.
This is our first time meeting at one of the Goodwin College magnet schools, and we’re excited to learn about the work happening there! Since CT River Academy is hosting an information session that same day, a student-led school tour is an option for coalition members who’d like to stick around after the meeting.