As we approach the end of another semester, Stephen Brier was gracious enough to grant me an interview that focused on the history of public education in the New York City area. Dr. Brier, an accomplished educator, speaks of his influencers, his professional life, and how he maintains balance as he manages a heavy workload. Brier is currently a professor in the Ph.D Program in Urban Education, he is also The Graduate Center’s Senior Academic Technology Officer and co-founder/director of The New Media Lab. Join me for a conversation with one of The Graduate Center’s most celebrated faculty members. This interview is sure to open yours eyes in regard to social justice and education in New York City public schools. As Dr. Brier mentioned in our conversation, “No Progress Without Struggle (F. Douglas).”

 

Peace & Blessings,

Jeff

 

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Jeffrey C. Suttles is a Master of Arts candidate in Liberal Studies at the City University of New York, Graduate Center. He is an independent writer/musician/humanitarian who completed his undergraduate studies at The City College of New York. He is currently a CUNY CAP student who continues to pursue career...
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