Brooklyn Prospect is part of a growing national movement aimed at creating a new paradigm: racially and socio-economically integrated charter schools.
If we care about making sure New York City’s students attend schools that reflect the city’s diversity, it is important to understand how new programs are working.
Whoever ends up leading the city teachers union, it should be because teachers voted for them. But last time, only 17 percent of classroom teachers voted at all.
As public school educators, we cannot allow for our frustrations with the sloppy rollout of restorative practices in New York City to justify a call for punitive discipline.
I was once that bullied student in the cafeteria.
When New York City students don't get matched to a high school in the first round, they can try again in round two. Here are a few of their stories.