Representatives from SUNY Oswego, including administrators, faculty and students, celebrated an ongoing partnership at the Syracuse City School District (SCSD) Educational Foundation Recognition Breakfast on Saturday, March 25.

The SCSD Educational Foundation works to enhance the educational efforts within the Syracuse City School District. A major partner to SUNY Oswego and the School of Education, the foundation hosted the breakfast that provided the opportunity to celebrate the work of educators and school leaders toward more equitable outcomes for all learners in the Syracuse City School Districts.

Attendees celebrated educators making measureable differences in their classrooms, SCSD alumns changing their communities and community partners investing in the promise of public education.

SUNY Oswego attendees included (from left): Reginald Braggs, director of CNY partnerships and enrollment; Anneke McEvoy, associate director of the James A. Triandiflou '88 Institute for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Transformative Practice; Tindake Kourouma, TOC-II (Teacher Opportunity Corps) Scholar; Nichole Brown, director of clinical practice and partnerships,and the TOC-II primary investigator; Issac McGee, TOC-II Scholar; Laura Spenceley, dean of the School of Education; Alana Mariano, TOC-II Scholar; and Cynthia Thomas, visiting assistant professor, Career and Technical Educator Preparation.

-- Submitted by the School of Education