Apr 9, 2022 • 57M

A Conversation with NYC Educators - Dr. Doris Lee and Christina Gavin

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Educators of NYC
A weekly podcast and radio show on WBAI 99.5 FM NYC, hosted by Leonie Haimson of Class Size Matters, and Daniel Alicea of Educators of NYC. We speak about the issues and controversies affecting public schools and public education in New York City, statewide and nationally.
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Daniel interviewed Dr. Doris Lee. She is the founding principal of Village Academy, a small middle school in the Far Rockaway community of NYC. Dr. Lee started her career as a middle school educator in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn. Dr. Lee is a product of NYC public schools. Also, we shared an interview with Christina Gavin, a District 75 high school librarian in the Bronx. She is the second librarian I’ve interviewed in the last few weeks and she has some really great insights about the school librarian and school libraries in our city schools.