Rachel Katz, the host of radio show A Tempo interviews WHEELS students about the experience of writing the song and having it performed live at Carnegie Hall.
A team of students from MAELS won second place in a citywide hackathon competition for a proposed mobile app that focuses on reducing the booming deer population on Staten Island.
Beth Mowry, a teacher at Brooklyn Collaborative, recently talked about the importance of teaching climate change as part of her science curriculum.
In honor of Women’s History Month, portraits of five women of color, some of which were created by WHEELS students who were pioneers in what today is known as “STEM” will be displayed around town on the city’s free Wi-Fi kiosks.
This January, several MELS classes traveled to Jamaica Bay to protest the government shutdown and highlight the impact it has had on their education.
About 120 ninth-grade students from MELS, our Network School in Forest Hills, rallied at the shuttered Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center on January 17, 2019, in an effort to raise awareness on how the ongoing federal government shutdown is impacting their education, school and communities as a whole.
CEO Richard Stopol reflects on how the President is disrupting our nation’s public schools in the New York Daily News.
Our fearless leader Richard Stopol is featured once again in The New York Times in a letter to the editor about the importance of a college diploma.
State Sen. Joseph P. Addabbo Jr. participated in our 2018 College March, marching alongside seniors from Channel View.
On Friday, December 14th, 2018, uptown City Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez rolled with WHEELS’ College March.