Richard Stopol’s Forthcoming Retirement & the Search For Our Next CEO
Read a message about Richard Stopol’s departure and the ongoing search for a new CEO.Read more
Edutopia Highlights Remote Crew at MELS
Edutopia takes a look at how Crew is supporting students at MELS during remote learning.Read more
NYC Outward Bound Schools Awarded Gates Grant for Continuous Improvement Work
NYC Outward Bound Schools has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Gates Foundation to expand its work in continuous improvement.Read more
We mourn the loss of longtime Board Member and champion of education, Alex Goren.
Edutopia takes a look at how Crew is supporting students at MELS during remote learning.
News 12 Brooklyn highlights a student-led panel at MS 839 as part of “Black Lives Matter at NYC Schools” Week of Action.
Students and staff across the network are kicking off Black History Month by participating in “Black Lives Matter at NYC Schools” Week of Action. The annual event is an opportunity to advocate for racial reform in schools.
Two students from WHEELS participated in a panel during a virtual meeting of Gates grantees to help center student voice in their continuous improvement work.
NYC Outward Bound Schools has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Gates Foundation to expand its work in continuous improvement.
More than 2,000 seniors — from 28 high schools nationwide, including nine NYC Outward Bound Schools across all five boroughs in New York City — joined in a virtual celebration of the College March on Friday, December 11. This year marked the College March’s 10th anniversary.
Pascale Florestal has been named as the recipient of the inaugural Greg Farrell Award.
Four students from WHEELS, a NYC Outward Bound School in Washington Heights, matched with their dream schools through the Questbridge program.
Hear from two young alumni — Alexandra Shoneyin (Gaynor McCown ’16) and John Fleurimond (James Baldwin ’13) — about their post-secondary journeys.
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