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Want to talk more about school boards? Come to Queens tonight

Here are the details of the panel I’m moderating tonight in Queens. One addition: Carmen Alvarez, the teachers union’s vice president for special education, will represent the union.

Monday, February 2, 2009, 8:00 p.m.
Queens Civic Congress Forum on Education: Mayoral Control of NYC Schools: Extend it? End it? Change it?
at Queens County Farm Museum, 72-50 Little Neck Parkway, 1/4 mile north of Union Turnpike.
featuring a panel, including Dina Paul Parks, Senior Policy Advisor to Deputy Mayor for Education and Community Developmen; Phyliss Bullion, Council of Supervisors & Administrators; Leonie Haimson, Executive Director, Class Size Matters; April Humphrey, Campaign for Better School; and Rob Caloras, President, District 26 Community Education Council. Moderated by Liz Green, Gotham Schools

And yeah, I go by Elizabeth, not Liz. Whatever.

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