Continuous Improvement Case Study Featured in The 74
Commentary on a continuous improvement case study at WHEELS was featured in The 74. This piece was authored by Aurora Kushner, Director of Continuous Improvement at NYC Outward Bound Schools.
WHEELS, founded in 2006 and located in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, serves approximately 815 students from PreK – 12. WHEELS aims to be a safe, secure, and nurturing environment for adolescents, a place where high expectations, excellent academic practices, and highly-qualified faculty provide differentiated instruction to every learner.
Teachers and staff at WHEELS work with families to prepare each student academically, emotionally, intellectually, and socially to succeed in a college of their choice and beyond. The school community provides each student with the academic rigor and preparation necessary to attend college and to practice the skills necessary for effective participation in our democratic society.
Thanks to support from Capital One Bank and the Heart of America Foundation, WHEELS has a state-of-the-art College Access Room with computers to research schools and complete college applications, SAT prep materials, and hundreds of other college and financial literacy-themed books. WHEELS also has a college counselor and alumni counselor to serve college-bound students.
For more information about WHEELS, or to enroll your child, please visit the school’s official website.