Reporter Alison Kase, the parent of two Channel View students who participated in the College March, takes an in-depth look at the annual tradition and what makes it special, not only for seniors but for underclassmen as well. Read the article on The Wave.
On Friday, December 13, News 12: The Bronx visited the Community School for Social Justice in the South Bronx to help commemorate the school’s very first College March. See the full clip on news12.com.
Each year, several EL Education schools participate in the College March, helping to grow the tradition across the country. This year, World of Inquiry School’s College March, which took place in Rochester, NY, was featured on NY1. Watch the video on NY1.
On Friday, December 13, News 12: Brooklyn visited Leaders High School in Bensonhurst, capturing the excitement of the 2019 College March. See the full clip on news12.com.
Portland, Maine’s WGME-TV featured Casco Bay High School’s seventh annual College March on the local news. Casco Bay High School is an EL Education school. Watch the full clip on WGME.com.
Jared Fox, an Environmental and Climate Science teacher at WHEELS, an NYC Outward Bound School, was named one of seven NYC public schools teachers to be awarded this year’s Sloan Award for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics, presented by the Fund for the City of New York. Watch a video about Jared’s work at […]
Aprar Hassan is a student at Leaders High School, a NYC Outward Bound School, and the first Muslim girl to compete on the Amateur Athletic Union’s USA National Karate Team. Donning her hijab during competition, Aprar serves as a trailblazer and a role model to many young women of diverse backgrounds. NBC News profiled Aprar […]
Our teachers from M.S. 839 and Brooklyn Collaborative share how using the real-world as part of the curriculum can be tricky. Click here to read what they have to say. At our schools, students engage in Fieldwork, which is distinct from Field Trips. Fieldwork is real-world learning which is integral to the curriculum, explores all […]
Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning Schools (MELS) Co-Principals, Patrick Finley and Damon McCord, share four strategies for creating an inclusive school community in their OP-Ed published in Education Dive. MELS is one of the most diverse public schools in New York City and is helping all of its students achieve at high levels. Read their Op-Ed to […]
President & CEO Richard Stopol shares a recipe for educational excellence in the New York Daily News that if put into practice can help all students succeed, regardless of background or circumstance. Read his Op-Ed to learn more.