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Call for TriCo CoResearchers #BarrioEdPHL

Project: The Education in our Barrios Project, #BarrioEdProj, #BarrioEdPHL Dear TriCo Community The Education in our Barrios Project, #BarrioEdProj, is a digital, critical participatory action research (D+CPAR) study that began in New York City in 2013 as a study of New York City Latino core communities, educational reform, related social …

Adult and Youth Participatory Budgeting Assemblies Next 2 Wednesdays!

#BarrioEdProj community, A reminder that the last neighborhood Participatory Budgeting Assembly is tomorrow, Wednesday October 15th,  at 6pm at the Johnson Community Center …

4.30.14 Talk by Edwin Mayorga “Pedagogies and Politics of Digital, Critical, Participatory Action Research: Lecciones del #BarrioEdProj”

Please join us next Wednesday, April 30th, at 1p, as Edwin Mayorga, PhD candidate in urban education, CUNY Graduate Center, and principal investigator …

FYI: Thurs.4/10 – 4:00PM -RALLY/MARCH TO HOLD CUOMO ACCOUNTABLE AND SAVE PUBLIC EDUCATION

From the The CEC/Citywide Council Working Group The CEC/Citywide Working Group is a coalition of elected District and Citywide Education Councils across …

Help #BarrioEdProj’s youth researchers get to Chicago

Dear Friends and Family, The Education in our Barrios project #BarrioEdProj is a community based project documenting different people’s views on education …

Christina talks about going to school in East Harlem

Listen to Christina speak about her experience. If you have any constructive comments or reflections, you want to share feel free to …

Press Release: Launching the Education in our Barrios Research Project #BarrioEdProj

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Launch of the Education in our Barrios project (#BarrioEdProj), a digital, participatory research study East Harlem, New York July …

Interview with Pedro Pedraza, part ii: Bilingual Ed and ASPIRA

Part 2 of our interview with Pedro Pedraza, East Harlem resident, retired researcher at the Center of Puerto Rican Studies (Centro), founder …

Interview with Pedro Pedraza, part i: Coming to East Harlem

Part 1 of the #BarrioEdProj interview with Pedro Pedraza, East Harlem resident, retired researcher at the Center of Puerto Rican Studies (Centro), …

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