Harlem World promotes this year’s College March >

Harlem World encourages its readers to join the College March “from Hollywood to Uptown.”

Op-Ed: Have Police-Community Relations Improved From Harlem To Hollis? >

Leaders High School teacher Mike McQuillan recently reflected on his students’ recent Intensive investigating police and community relations.

Gaynor McCown students give back to community >

Gaynor McCown students gave back to their community for the school’s 10th annual Day of Service.

Gaynor McCown students help fight hunger at Project Hospitality soup kitchen >

Gaynor McCown students lent a helping hand by packing food bags and volunteering at the Project Hospitality Community Service Center, Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen in Stapleton. Read about their service work in the Staten Island Advance.

In ‘The Hate U Give,’ A Portrait Of Police Violence, Code-Switching And More >

WHEELS junior Demitrius spoke with WBUR’s David Folkenflik about the new movie “The Hate U Give,” which tells the story of a black teenager who witnesses her friend killed by a white police officer.

How Is Change Achieved When Protest Ends? >

Leaders High School sent a teen team to delve into modern community organizing during their week-long field course “Intensive.” Read about what they learned in this thought-provoking article.

Op-Ed: What Makes Social Protest Effective? >

Leaders High School teacher Michael McQuillan writes about the importance of Intensives at NYC Outward Bound Schools.

Peer Mediation featured on ABC News >

Learn about our peer mediation program, featured on ABC’s Protect Our Children, an annual segment exploring issues affecting children, students, and parents here in New York City.

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MAELS Chorus Wins Big >

The MAELS choir walked away from PA’s Music in the Parks choral competition with a first-place trophy as well as the festival’s “Esprit de Corps” award.

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Creating Work that Matters: Transforming the Classroom through Student Action >

In this EdWeek post, WHEELS teacher Anthony Voulgarides and two of his twelfth-grade English Language Arts students, Ahlenne and Hamlet, talk about creating work that matters, in and out of the classroom.