(Ed. note: This post has been updated to reflect the fact that this event is open to all City teachers)

In honor of Women’s History Month, the DOE’s Office of Safety and Youth Development is hosting a women’s history panel event for the City’s teachers on Friday, March 24 at the DOE’s headquarters at Tweed Courthouse from 4—6 p.m.

The panel, which will feature experts in U.S. women’s history, will discuss under-recognized women, trends, and movements throughout American history, as well as the importance of ensuring inclusive curricula at our schools. After the panel ends, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an open discussion period where questions and comments can be shared with the panelists and other audience members. Light refreshments will also be served, and giveaways will be available to attendees.

To learn more about this event and to reserve your seat, visit our event webpage. For questions and further details, contact Gender Equity Coordinator, Kimberly Shannon, at kshannon@schools.nyc.gov.

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