Drawing on AERA’s 2018 theme “The Dream Possibility and Necessity of Public Education, “ Internationals Network for Public Schools invites you to attend a half-day facilitated visit to one of our NYC-based schools. This is an opportunity to learn about our innovative model and see students, teachers and staff in action.

Each visit will include a conversation with the school leader, classroom visits and conversations with students and faculty.

For 35 years, schools in the Internationals Network have provided excellent options for high school English Language Learners across the US. Internationals provides quality education for recently arrived immigrants by growing and sustaining a strong national network of innovative International public High Schools, by building the capacity of educators who work with immigrant and sharing proven best practices and influencing policy for English Language Learners (ELLs) on a national scale.
English Language Learners represent nearly 10% of the US public school population. Despite massive demographic changes and more than a century of research in education, in many U.S. high schools, immigrant ELLs graduate at among the lowest rates and dropout at among the highest of all US school subgroups.
Across the United States, Internationals Network partners with public schools and districts, community based organizations, and partner organizations, to design, open and support new public secondary schools as well as provides professional development and technical assistance to educators serving recently arrived immigrant English Language Learner secondary school students.


*Due to space restrictions,
visitors can attend only one
of the two slots.

*Friday April 13th
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
International High School at LaGuardia Community College


*Tuesday April 17th
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Claremont International
High School in the Bronx

Refreshments will be provided.

Details about travel and agenda to come early March.