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Introducing Livable Streets Education

11:33 AM EDT on March 26, 2009

The newest member of the Livable Streets Initiative, Livable Streets Education (LSE),
partners with schools, cultural institutions and community-based
organizations working for improved urban livability, greener
transportation, and safer streets. This spring, LSE is in residency at 15 schools around New York City, working with students in grades
K-8, as well as partnering with community and cultural organizations on
special events.

This short Streetfilm provides an overview of the recent work
they've been doing -- in particular, it highlights LSE Director Kim
Wiley-Schwartz's work with grades K-2 at PS 87 in Manhattan. Please check out the
web site to see more on this groundbreaking curriculum.

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