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NYC Outward Bound Schools & The Urban Assembly to Co-Host SEL Panel Discussion >

Join us on August 5 for a virtual panel discussion about the critical importance of integrating SEL structures and supports into school reopening plans.

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Two Network Seniors Featured in New York Daily News >

Two NYC Outward Bound Schools students — both class valedictorians — were featured in The New York Daily News’ 2020 graduation round-up.

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A Special Thank You Message from our Students >

As we wrap up our spring fundraising campaign, enjoy a special thank you message from graduates of the Class of 2020.

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Celebrating the Class of 2020 >

Despite the challenges that 2020 presented our senior class, they forged onward to graduation! Enjoy a special round-up of graduation parade clips, speeches and media coverage from Graduation 2020.

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Student-Led Art Project Benefits Organizations Fighting Injustice >

Students at Launch, a NYC Outward Bound middle school in Bedford-Stuyvesant, are leading an art project called “Launching Peace” in response to racial injustices around the country.

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Twin brothers from West End Secondary Featured in Chalkbeat >

Twin brothers and ninth graders at West End Secondary School, a NYC Outward Bound School in Manhattan, wrote a first-hand account of a Black Lives Matter protest they attended in their Harlem neighborhood.

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Kurt Hahn Hosts Symposium on Racial Justice >

Kurt Hahn, a NYC Outward Bound School in East Flatbush, organized a day-long virtual symposium on racial justice held on Friday, June 5.

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Next Steps: How our Schools are Taking Action >

In response to the murder of George Floyd and subsequent #BlackLivesMatter protests around the world, our network schools have organized several opportunities for their communities to share out and respond.

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Meeting the Moment >

Read NYC Outward Bound Schools’ organizational response to the May 25 murder of George Floyd and subsequent protests around the nation.

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School Designer Advocates for More Inclusive Curriculum >

Read an excerpt from “More than Dumplings and Red Envelopes: What happens when we question who is absent in our curriculum,” a piece written for EL Education by Ingrid Wong, a School Designer for NYC Outward Bound Schools. 

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