• Finding
    Your Voice
  • Open
    Doors
  • Wise
    Guides
  • Tech
    Savvy
  • Into The City,
    Into The World
  • Publish
    & Flourish
  • Character
    Counts
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  • November, 2014
    • MonNov24 Class III Z's to the Wild Bird Fund 12:15 PM to 3:10 PM
    • MonNov24 Class IV to the Metropolitan Museum of Art 1:00 PM
    • MonNov24 Class VIII Production with Allen-Stevenson 1:45 PM
    • MonNov24 Class VIII Production with Allen-Stevenson 7:00 PM
The following article by Head of School Paul A. Burke originally appeared on November 18 as a blog post on the #GivingTuesday website: Sir Ken Robinson, in his well-traveled TED Talk, makes a grand claim that schools drain creativity from unwilling and unknowing subjects. Schools, it seems, take a young mind inclined towards imagination and confine it to the boundaries of rote and reduction.
Every Thursday, several Nightingale high school girls and I go the Young Women's Leadership School on 106th between Park and Lexington. There we lead a debate club for their middle school students in which we teach basic public speaking and debate skills.

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