SUNY Orange president part of Cuomo’s advisory board to reimagine education in NY

A Hudson Valley educator has been tasked by the governor to help reimagine education in the state after the global pandemic subsides.

News 12 Staff

May 5, 2020, 9:51 PM

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A Hudson Valley educator has been tasked by the governor to help reimagine education in the state after the global pandemic subsides. 
SUNY Orange President Dr. Christine Young is part of a blue-ribbon panel chosen to be on the New York Forward Reopening Advisory Board. The board will help shape what reopening looks like for schools post-COVID19.
Dr. Young's expertise is higher-learning but Young says a mix of in-person and remote learning is something now being considered across the board.
"With summer and fall upcoming, we have the opportunity to be creative, to plan – to think about learning in a different way and provide those learning opportunities as soon as possible."
Dr. Young is one of two Hudson Valley community college presidents on New York's reopening advisory board. Westchester Community College President Dr. Belinda Miles has also been chosen to serve.
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