Extended Use Hardship Waiver Program (Sept. 2019)
The NYC Department of Education and the Borough Presidents’ Offices created the Extended Use Hardship Waiver Program in order to provide community organizations with greater access to our school facilities.
The fee waiver program launched in February 2019, and provides communities with more instructional, sporting, and recreational opportunities for students and/or adults. Community organizations that have a hardship paying the extended use permit fees can apply for a fee waiver.
Organizations must be:
- In compliance with Chancellor’s Regulation D-180
- Able to demonstrate financial hardship
- In good standing with the DOE (e.g.,
CreateNYC: 2019 Cultural Action Plan (Aug. 2019)
Posted on August 13, 2019
“In July 2017, CreateNYC was released to the public as New York City’s first-ever comprehensive cultural plan. Following months of public engagement that engaged with nearly 200,000 New Yorkers, the plan provided a long term framework for promoting greater equity, access, diversity, and expanding opportunities for all residents to participate in the City’s vibrant cultural life.LEARN MORE >
Day of Learning 2019: Action Learning Session Resources (Jan. 2019)
Exploring the Process and Commitment of Becoming Better Social Justice Orgs
- Community-Word Project (CWP) materials, with respect to intellectual property:
- Panel Outline | Questions for panelists were altered based on the real-time discussion.
- Social Justice Wheel | Inspired by the Undoing Racism – The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond
- Sample Reflection Questions
- FB Video | We Run Brownsville
- Philly’s 7th Ward | Black Educators Share Their Thoughts on What Happens When White Women Cry in Schools
- WNYC | #ThisIsNotUs Is a Cop-Out: Social Media and Charlottesville
- Ted Talk | The danger of a single story
Chart Paper Takeaways
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