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A Million Reasons to Give

Laura Larimer
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Our students are one in a million. You can be one *for* a million.Help us reach our millionth student and expand opportunities for even more. Read full post

Around the World in 80 Minutes

Therese Workman
Thursday, November 17, 2016
A good potluck is always fun; there’s something about sharing a variety of dishes with friends or coworkers that brings excitement to meal time. But what if your potluck also celebrates you? The first-ever ExpandED Schools Staff "Melting Pot-luck" (get it?) did just that. The brainchild of Program Manager Jacques Noisette, our office colleagues were encouraged to cook up dishes that reflected their ethnic backgrounds or heritages. Read full post

Meet Hector King, ExpandED Schools Pathways Fellow

Marissa Badgley
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Hector King is a fellow in the first cohort of the ExpandED Schools Pathways Fellowship. We asked him a few questions about what led him to forging a career in education. Read full post

What's Lucy Reading?

Lucy Friedman
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
I'm reading a report from the Afterschool Alliance on the demand for and accessibility of afterschool programs in areas of high poverty, as well as an author's memoir of being a substitute teacher for a month in Maine. Read full post

Meet Andre Mann, ExpandED Schools Pathways Fellow

Marissa Badgley
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Andre Mann is a fellow in the first cohort of the ExpandED Schools Pathways Fellowship. We asked him a few questions about what led him to forging a career in education. Read full post

On View: Art Exhibit Showcases More Than Student Talent

Therese Workman
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Every artist gets his or her start somewhere, and for the student artists of PS 188, their careers may have begun on a walk around their neighborhood. Read full post

Make data work for students with these four policy recommendations

Shannon Stagman
Friday, October 28, 2016
How can we most effectively use data to drive policy and practice that supports student success? Researchers are always striving to answer this question, and the Data Quality Campaign (DQC), an independent advocacy organization, has just come forward with a new set of policy priorities to help push our collective efforts forward. Read full post

Designing a Response | Highlights From Our Peer Conference

Elam Lantz
Thursday, October 27, 2016
“Do educators have a responsibility to teach kids about race?” This was the question asked at our latest peer conference, where program directors from across New York City gathered to discuss how to reshape programs in order to better empower students. Coco Killingsworth, director of programs at Global Kids and 2009 Revson Fellow, facilitated the discussion. Read full post

When Kids Are Picked up Late | Dear Rashida...

Rashida Ladner-Seward
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Dear Rashida, Can you share some promising practices to deal with parents picking up children late? Read full post

Go Volunteer Before Brunch

Evan Wu
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Last month, I had the opportunity to volunteer with a few of my friends at the Laboratory School of Finance and Technology (MS/HS 223) in the Bronx. We spent Saturday morning eating too many donut holes and writing cards of encouragement to the high school's incoming seniors. Read full post

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