Webinar for Educators: How Buffalo Public Schools connected “The 1619 Project” to classrooms district-wide – Mar 24

Posted by Pulitzer Center on March 16, 2021

Please join the Pulitzer Center education team on Wednesday, March 24 at 5:00 pm EST for a discussion with administrators and educators from Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) about their process writing and sharing curriculum connected to The 1619 Project with students in grades 7-12 over the past year. Dr. Fatima Morrell, Associate Superintendent for Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Initiatives for Buffalo Public Schools, will start by sharing why and how BPS staff embarked on developing lesson plans that connect essays from The 1619 Project to district standards. Niya Sosa, Coordinator of Curriculum Infusion & Diversity, will then join Dr. Morrell to describe examples of lesson plans developed in partnership with BPS educators.

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