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Karen Watts
Executive Superintendent Brooklyn North NYCDOE Borough Office Community School Districts 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23 & 32 & Brooklyn North High Schools
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Donyall Dickey Ed.D. 4h
Thank you Executive Superintendent Watts...I love New York‼️‼️‼️Everyone was leaning into the conversation. Children will be better for it.
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Williamsburg HS A&D Jul 17
Summer Bridge students were welcomed by our long time partner, , to view the largest exhibition to date of Hito Steyerl’s work in the US. Steyerl is a visual artist, filmmaker, and storyteller. Thank You Vickie & Neal for the workshop.
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Karen Watts 4h
The sessions were so good that some morning participants repeated in the afternoon & some plan to come back again on 7/26 at 9 am or 1 pm All teachers of all subjects are welcomed. We are teaching all students to read well & need everyone on board. TY !
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Barack Obama Jul 18
reminds us that when things feel dark, confusing, or impossible—take a look back at his writings. There, we see how a belief in the dignity of every person can be made real, an unwavering hope to steel us along our own long walks toward something better.
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PS25k Jul 18
Eggplant harvest from our PS25 Community Garden!! Also thank you Community members, our Principal Ms. Coley and student for taking care of the garden during the summer! 🌞🍆🌞
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Alexa Sorden Jul 20
Sometimes looking at life from a different view gives you a new perspective; be open and flexible with your thinking so that you are not a prisoner of your own thoughts
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Gerhard Bless Jul 17
8 Science-Based Strategies For Critical Thinking via @
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Rashid F. Davis Jul 20
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L. Earl Franks Jul 16
Remember, you can learn a lot about leadership outside the educational arena. Thanks for reinforcing this with attendees with the educational lessons today. In order Gallery 548, 115, 206, & 631.
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L. Earl Franks Jul 17
. superintendent Michael Hinojosa sharing personal and professional experiences as well as strategic strategies to improve schools and educational opportunities for kids .
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Karen Watts Jul 20
Thank you both for sharing your thoughts on whether the American Dream is still alive and well at !
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Cornelius Minor Jul 19
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IFLScience Jul 18
In 1959 a librarian called the police on 9-r-old Ronald McNair after he refused to leave a segregated library without letting him check out his books. He went on to become an astronaut and died aboard Challenger. The library that refused to lend him books is now named after him.
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Pam Allyn Jul 19
Thank you, dear Rose! We are so inspired by you!
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Yolanda Martin Jul 19
Awesome session with and @ExecSuptWatts !
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Doria Sullivan Jul 19
If you had an 84% chance of winning the lottery- you’d play! Let’s give our students these same odds and teach the structure of English language..Explicit phonics instruction works! TY for supporting the science and spreading the word!
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Cathy Robey Jul 19
When my Kinders and 1st graders are typing their sight words in MS Word and they are sounding out the letters loudly as they locate the keys that is music to my ears....I love it!
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Emily Hanford Jul 18
"Learning to read can seem almost magical. But it’s not. English is an alphabetic language. Teaching students the basic letter–sound combinations gives them access to sounding out approximately 84% of the words in English print." New brief from
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NYC Mayor's Office Jul 19
New York City: today will be very hot and could be the start of a heatwave through Sunday. Prepare for temperatures in the 90s with a heat index over 100 degrees! Drink water, stay in A/C and check on your neighbors. Visit for more information.
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CEC for District 75 Jul 19
Please parents of D75 Please Be SAFE out there. Keep the kids, pets and elderly inside an apt. with A/C. Drink tons of cold water.
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