This season of the Miseducation podcast, produced by The Hechinger Report in partnership with The Bell, follows students from NYC Outward Bound’s transfer school, James Baldwin. The stories seek to highlight how transfer schools like James Baldwin serve young men and women with different needs than traditional high school students. Listen to the podcast here.
Chalkbeat recently published a first-person piece written by Karla Arroyo, a WHEELS alum and recent SUNY Old Westbury grad. (more…)
The climate justice OpEd written by WHEELS seniors Diane Arevalo, Ricardo Herrera and Mayerling Lantigua was published in both English and Spanish in the Manhattan Times, which covers uptown Manhattan neighborhoods, including Washington Heights. Read the article here.
Following their recognition in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, WHEELS seniors Diane Arevalo, Ricardo Herrera and Mayerling Lantigua wrote an OpEd on their vision for climate justice, beginning with taking action in their own neighborhood. Read the piece, which appeared in Harlem World Magazine.
Following their participation in the Times Square ball drop on Dec. 31, 2019, Diane Arevalo, Ricardo Herrera and Mayerling Lantigua (more…)
Staten Island Advance included Gaynor McCown’s College March in its “In Class” column, which highlights the activities Staten Island students are engaged in both inside and outside the classroom. Read the article.
High school seniors Ricardo Herrera and Mayerling Lantigua, along with their environmental and climate science teacher, Dr. Jared Fox — all from WHEELS, a NYC Outward Bound School — were part of the group that pressed the button to release the New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square on Dec. 31, 2019. Read more […]
The Bronx Times mentioned the Community School for Social Justice’s first ever College March in its year-end coverage. Read the article.
Queens Chronicle shared a post highlighting the College March at MELS in Forest Hills and Channel View in Rockaway Beach. Read the article.
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.