What We Do
character building & leadership programs
schools with their inclusion initiatives
LISTEN & RESPOND
to the needs of our network
What is ISDN?
ISDN is an alliance of parents and educators dedicated to enhancing the development of environments that are welcoming, inclusive and equitable for our students and their families. By establishing a strong network, ISDN seeks to strengthen collaborative efforts through programming, dialogue and improved interschool communication.
ISDN is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
We seek to:
Establish a strong inter-school organizing community
Empower families by providing ongoing support
Raise the level of awareness and understanding of differences
Enhance each school's commitment to anti-bias awareness, mu;ti-cultural programming and equity initiatives.
Upcoming ISDN Events
Registration is Now Open for our 9th season
2017- 2018 Season
Oct to May
Race and Privilege Parent Alliance (RAPPA)
6 to 8 pm
Bank St School for Children
610 West 112 St.
Grace Church School
High School Division
46 Cooper Square
All adults are welcome!
2017 - 2018 Season
Me and My Grownups Workshop
Opportunity for children of color and their parents in Kindergarten to 3rd grades to have fun, meet new friends and share parenting secrets.
The Nightingale-Bamford School
Registration is open
Wed, Aug. 9, 2017
to College Admissions
Key Admissions Representatives from Columbia University, Harvard College, and the University of Pennsylvania will discuss the admissions process at the nation’s leading universities.
Wednesday, August 9th
4:15 to 6:30pm
Directions will be provided once registration is completed.
This is an opportunity to meet senior admissions reps, in an informal setting to chat and have questions answered about applying to all colleges.
Rising 10th graders, juniors and seniors are welcome.