32 min

The Thought Project - Episode 60 - Interview with José Luis Jiménez The Graduate Center, CUNY

    • Society & Culture

We continue our celebration of Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with a conversation with José Luis Jiménez, a New York City public school principal and a Ph.D. student in the urban education program at The Graduate Center, CUNY. He was recently selected for the Cahn Fellows Program for Distinguished Principals at Teachers College, Columbia University, a leadership program that seeks to improve urban education and places distinguished school administrators on a fast track to leadership positions in K-12. He is a steering committee member of the Proud Teacher Initiative, a network of teachers, principals, and school professionals supporting one another to take steps towards self-disclosing their LGBTQ identities.

We continue our celebration of Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with a conversation with José Luis Jiménez, a New York City public school principal and a Ph.D. student in the urban education program at The Graduate Center, CUNY. He was recently selected for the Cahn Fellows Program for Distinguished Principals at Teachers College, Columbia University, a leadership program that seeks to improve urban education and places distinguished school administrators on a fast track to leadership positions in K-12. He is a steering committee member of the Proud Teacher Initiative, a network of teachers, principals, and school professionals supporting one another to take steps towards self-disclosing their LGBTQ identities.

32 min

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