The 6th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Presented by Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings

TODAY at 2:15 pm — Examining “the ways in which segregation was always legally sanctioned” in schools, National Academy of Education President Gloria Ladson-Billings will deliver the 6th Annual Edmund Gordon Lecture! Can’t be here in person? We’re streaming here on Facebook and at: http://bit.ly/2xN7iP1

https://www.tc.columbia.edu/events/all-events/2019/july/6th-annual-edmund-w-gordon-lecture/ Join Teachers College on July 15 for a keynote lecture on school segregation.

Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater presents Tobias Picker's "Emmeline"

In case you missed it!

The full-length video of MSM Opera Theater’s production of “Emmeline”, performed on Sunday, April 28 in Neidorff-Karpati Hall, is now on YouTube!

Watch the performance here: https://bit.ly/2YT6dB9 Production information here: https://bit.ly/2GkJ2ri This performance of “Emmeline” took place on April 28, 2019 in Neidorff-Karpati Hall at Manhattan School …

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Stay Thirsty Magazine

MSM alumnus and Precollege faculty member Jon Snell (MM ’17, Jazz Piano) has been named Stay Thirsty Magazine’s July Spotlight Artist! Congratulations, Jon! 🌟 Slip beneath the cracked cement of society’s streets and discover the pulse of contemporary expression.

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‘Do You Support Busing?’ Is Not the Best Question

“What is the intervention we need right now?” As #2020Election candidates debate busing’s role in history, TC’s Ainsley Erickson says the key question truly is how education can become more equitable & diverse in the future — via The New York Times.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/06/upshot/busing-housing-segregation-democratic-primary.html Issues of educational inequality raised by a 1970s-era practice remain relevant today, but language can obscure what’s really at stake.