Please note: this is an optional informational webinar.
The livestream below will begin at the time of the event.
The Century Foundation’s Bridges Collaborative is seeking fifty partners—school districts, charter schools, and fair housing organizations—to join a cohort that will focus on increasing access to diverse, integrated, and inclusive schools and neighborhoods, as well as improving the quality of these schools and neighborhoods for children through two primary mechanisms: first, through strategic, meaningful collaboration among partners that leverages the strengths and successes of members for the benefit of the whole; second, through relevant and accessible research and expertise that is curated by The Century Foundation and the Bridges Collaborative to be timely and useful to members. The Bridges Collaborative cohort will seek to improve specific conditions and outcomes related to school diversity in each local community while collectively contributing to a broader national conversation on the benefits of school diversity by highlighting successes and demonstrating what is possible.
Join us on Wednesday, July 29, 2:30–3:15pm as Stefan Lallinger, fellow and director of TCF’s Bridges Collaborative, discusses the program and the application process, and answers any questions that participants have.
Please register for one of the dates to obtain the Zoom link.
Presented by The Century Foundation’s Bridges Collaborative.
Stefan L. Lallinger is a fellow at the Century Foundation and the director of TCF’s Bridges Collaborative. He focuses on issues of racial and socioeconomic integration, equity, school governance, and district-charter partnerships. Dr. Lallinger previously worked as a Special Assistant to Chancellor Richard Carranza in the New York City Department of Education. Prior to working at DOE, Dr. Lallinger led Langston Hughes Academy, a Pre-K through 8th grade open-enrollment school in the Recovery School District, in post-Katrina New Orleans, where he served as principal, assistant principal and teacher for nine years.