As part of the DOE’s commitment to Diversity, the DOE is hosting a series of Diversity Town Halls. The first one, on March 8th, happened in the Bronx. On Thursday, March 27th, our second town hall will be hosted in Brooklyn. 

The goal of these town halls is to create a forum for community members to share their perspectives on issues of school diversity in order to inform the Advisory Group’s policy recommendations.

Families are encouraged to attend so we can hear from as many community members as possible. These town halls are open to all community members. Parents, principals, students, teachers, and advocates are all encouraged to attend. These town halls will provide a forum for attendees to engage, give feedback, and share their goals and priorities for school diversity. This will be interactive and conversational for all participants.

Key information:
School Diversity Advisory Group
Brooklyn Town Hall
Tuesday, March 27
Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science
238 Adams Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Join us to participate in small group discussions that will introduce community members to this exciting initiative and provide a forum to share how our schools can best reflect our communities

Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
RSVP Here
Food * Child Care * Intrepretation will be provided

For more information on the remaining diversity town halls, please visit schools.nyc.gov/diversity.