I just wanted to say that after hearing you speak yesterday, Darryl, I have managed to get a space in our senior management meeting next week to talk about FOSIL and how we can better prep. our EE students. The timing couldn’t have been better, so soon after the IB results. Thank you for reigniting the fire.
The Empire State Information Fluency Continuum was initially developed in New York City under the auspices of the Office of Library Services and Director Barbara Stripling as the New York City Information Fluency Continuum in 2009.
It was re-imagined in 2019 under the leadership of Barbara Stripling to “adapt to the changing information, education, and technology environments, as well as the increasing diversity in … student populations”.
It currently serves 3.2 million students in 4,236 schools in New York State alone.