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Welcome to the caribbean dialogue's 2007 season

Thursday, January 25, 7 PM
Central Library, Third Floor Trustees Room

Caribbean Dialogue Series: "Preparing the immigrant child for the American Public Education System" 

How do we prepare immigrant children for the American Public Education System?
 

For the many parents who are yet to bring their school-age children to this country and for those who have already done so, this Dialogue seeks to address the pressing question of what ought to be done to bring them up to speed on the dos and don'ts of surviving and thriving in the American Schoolroom.

Join Dialogue Host Ian Forrest and veteran educators, Shirley Edwards, Dr. Coleen Clay and Andrene Bonner at this can't-miss event...the discussion promises to be phenomenal.


Click here for directions to the Central Library



Catch Ian Forrest in his latest program innovation "Connections" on Brooklyn College Radio airing Monday's 9-10am.

Ian Forrest a lover of the media in all its manifestations, Ian has been involved in radio since 1997 when he was asked by Gerry Lemonius, news Editor of the world’s first (if not still its only) all reggae radio station, IRIE FM, to do a biweekly youth commentary, called Young Voices.

Since then he has maintained a consistent presence on air, numbering among his involvements, being part of the production team of Jamaica’s foremost news and current affairs magazine program, Nationwide, hosted by Cliff Hughes.(click for more)





 

 

Interested in learningmore about doing radio? Click here ("I want to do Radio")


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