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The 2017 Youth Ocean Conservation Summit

New York Aquarium for the 2017 Youth Ocean Conservation Summit
There will be many things to enjoy such as
Ocean related games and activities
Special speakers
Food and ice cream!
For registration and more information, go to:

Key to the City: A Family Resource Day

The New York Immigration Coalition is pleased to invite you to our next Key to the City: A Family Resource Day, a one-stop shop for resources for immigrant New Yorkers. It will take place in Flatbush om 9am to 1pm on Saturday, April 8.

We are partnering with the New York Legal Assistance Group to bring the community a free immigration legal clinic, where anyone can get a screening and ask questions. The Mexican Consulate will be providing on-site consular services to their citizens. Community organizations will also be offering resources for healthcare, education, finances, and more. As always, Key to the City is free and open to all.

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Meet Our Teachers

Steve is motivated by his students and the importance of learning math. With 14 years of experience as a lawyer, he’s learned how to break down concepts and since 2003 has been helping students learn Algebra.

I was a lawyer for 14 years, but I always wanted to be a teacher. I saw a subway ad for NYCTF and pursued it. I’ve been teaching for 13 years. Being a lawyer influenced my ability to grapple with the curriculum and present it to students in the way they find interesting. One of my strengths is the ability to say things in a very understandable way. I’m good at simplifying things and getting to the root of what kids need to know. For my first few years, I taught at a school with a high percentage of kids with IEPs and learning disabilities. And I was good at that. I didn’t dumb things down but just made it clear for kids at all levels to understand.

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