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What's Changed in School Leadership

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Join us on Thursday, August 11 @ 6pm EST for an informative discussion with a panel of current school leaders from all over the United States on What’s Changed in School Leadership. They will share their experiences and thoughts on what aspiring leaders need to know about the principalship in a "post" COVID world. Our panel of educators includes Kilsys Batista, Keisha McCoy-Dailey and Seung Yu.

Dr. Keisha McCoy-Dailey is a District 75 (K-8) principal at P396K- The Sid Miller Academy located in Brownsville, Brooklyn. She has been a principal for 6 years and believes all students are capable of learning, just not at the same pace. Once educators understand students' learning style, success is possible!

Seung Yu has served as the principal at Stuyvesant High School, the largest specialized high school in Manhattan, since August 2020. Throughout his career in the New York City Department of Education, he has held both school and district leadership roles. Seung has participated in several leadership and mentor programs, including the NYC Chancellor’s Fellowship, the Advanced Leadership Institute (ALI), Wallace Leadership Fellows Mentor Principal, and Model Principal.

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