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Scenes from Chalkbeat’s end-of-year celebration

Chalkbeat New York celebrated the end of the school year with more than 100 education advocates, teachers, parents and friends at our end-of-school happy hour Tuesday night.

The night included a first look at our upcoming series based on months of reporting inside a Brooklyn high school that is part of the city’s new program to improve struggling schools. Attendees watched a video highlighting students from Brooklyn Generation School and met two of the students featured prominently in the series after a short Q&A with Chalkbeat senior reporter Patrick Wall.

Visit Chalkbeat on Monday for part one of our series on Brooklyn Generation School.

Space for the event was donated by Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, a leading residency program for emerging visual artists, at its New York space.

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