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October 2017

Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Building Ladders of Opportunity at BPS

October 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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November 2017

Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Fairmount Corridor + Transportation

November 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Boston Creates Implementation

November 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Office of Immigrant Advancement

November 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Innovation And Data

November 29 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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December 2017

Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Boston in 2030 – TBD

December 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Boston in 2030 – TBD

December 13 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Current City of Boston governmental policies are contributing to transforming our region of changing demographics, new economic realities, and varying expectations of social justice. What are these new policies and how will they likely impact Boston’s quality of life in 2030? Who is setting these policies? How are diverse communities engaged in this process, and what are the metrics of success? What has been learned and changed over the past few years, and how do Washington’s new urban priorities affect…

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