The work to establishing a new public Dual Language Preschool program and the #bilingualrevolution continues this week. Meeting this Tuesday with Councilman Benjamin Kallos, Deputy Chancellor Josh Wallack, CEC2 President Maud Maron, Superintendent Donalda Chumney, and Fabrice Jaumont, and a group of parents in District 2 led by Stéphane Lautner to discuss the path forward.
Part of the conversation on Tuesday will be focused on challenges around finding a NYS dual language certified teacher & early-childhood education certified teacher, as well as identifying a path forward after UPK into a K-5. District 2 covers almost all of Manhattan under 96th Street (with the exception of the Upper West Side and Lower East Side). Dual-language education is a public good that should be offered to all students. Dual-language programs can positively transform a school, a community, even a city like New York.
The meeting is on Tuesday 3/3 at 6PM at Stanley Isaacs community center, 415 East 93rd Street.
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For more information, contact Stéphane Lautner : firstname.lastname@example.org