The GothamSchools advisory board plays a vital role in helping to ensure the ongoing existence and strength of our news organization. Because GothamSchools is not its own organization, the board has no legal authority but instead works on a volunteer basis to support the strategy and fundraising work that is vital to making our work possible and keeping it strong. Our conflict of interest policy prevents the advisory board from influencing our editorial operations. Biographies are forthcoming.
Reader Advisory Board
Our readers’ input is vital to helping us complete our mission of delivering information and creating conversation about education policy and practice. To that end, we are in the process of forming a reader advisory board that meets with us regularly to provide feedback on our editorial operations, organize offline events and outreach to support our reporting, and maintain an open line of communication with educators and others who are in schools every day.
Sanda Balaban, Facing History and Ourselves
Chad Gleason, teacher at School of the Future
Stephen Lazar, teacher at Harvest Collegiate High School
Andy Snyder, teacher at School of the Future