2016 NYC G & T Symposium
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Parents and educators will meet up tomorrow, March 12th at The New York Law school in Tribeca downtown Manhattan for the 2016 NYC G & T Symposium and benefits to discuss subjects pertaining to issues advance learners in New York City currently face.
- ‘The Right Fit: Understanding & Supporting Your Child’s Strengths by Elaine Hansen of Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth & René Islas from NAGC on what the new ESSA means for advanced learners.
- A Thought Leaders Roundtable with NYC’s most knowledgable & influential leaders in education.
- 5 strands of sessions on the topics Talent Development, Social & Emotional, Special Topics, Navigating the NYC Process and Professional Developmentfor educator credit.
- A Curated Exhibit Hall with a sampling of NYC’s best schools, programs, services, products and an Ed Tech Showcase.Visithttp://nycgt.sched.org/tickets to register.
Time & Date: 8:00am – 4:00pm, Saturday March 12, lunch included
Location: New York Law School • 185 West Broadway, New York, NY
Attendees: Parents of pre-k through middle school students, educators and professionals
Registration: Visit our Eventbrite page to register
Tickets: $75 early bird special until DEC 15, $99 standard, $125 at the door
*early bird registration and donor discounts are available online for a limited time.
Contact: Angelique LeDoux @ 212.343.8881 or via email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your tickets here!