What We Do
character building & leadership programs
schools with their inclusion initiatives
LISTEN & RESPOND
to the needs of our network
Insiders Guide to College Admissions 2021
An online event - Wednesday August 4th
4:30pm to 6pm
ONLINE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES:
COVID - 19 GUIDANCE
Five Steps to help stop Coronavirus
1. Stay home as much as you can
2. Keep a safe distance
3. Wash hands often
4. Cover your cough
5. Sick? Call ahead
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.
Fulfilling the Promise of Opportunity
presents R.E.A.L. Equity Talks,
available for On Demand viewing.
These events are free.
See description under Events tab.
Upcoming ISDN Events
Race and Privilege Parent Alliance:
The On Track Program
for 5th to 8th graders
On Track Program a Saturday educational empowerment program for students of color in
grades 5 to 8.
Give your child an education they cannot get in regular school.
Consists of 10 Saturday sessions, from 10:30am to 12:30pm.
Cost: $600 for 30 classes
To be placed on list for future registration.
ON TRACK ENRICHMENT TUTORING
On Track instructors are ready to help combat summer slide and poor remote learning.
After School & Weekends
Zoom Online Individualized Instruction available
PARENT LEADERSHIP CAUCUS
The Nightingale-Bamford School - 20 East 92 St.
6 to 8pm
An opportunity for multi-school discussions about DEI initiatives and collaborations.