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One in a Million: Holiday Sneakers and Cures for Ebola

ExpandED Schools
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
We’re reaching our 1 millionth student this school year! This blog is part of a series where we journey throughout our expanded learning schools network and get to know some of our students. Meet Dante, a 6th grader in Harlem. He’s 1 in a million! Read full post

One in a Million: Movies, Marshmallows and Mars

ExpandED Schools
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
We’re reaching our 1 millionth student this school year! This blog is part of a series where we journey throughout our expanded learning schools network and get to know some of our students. Meet Chloe, a 6th grader in Brooklyn. She’s 1 in a million! Read full post

One in a Million: Light feet, scary stories and surviving in the woods

ExpandED Schools
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
We’re reaching our 1 millionth student this school year! This blog is first in a series where we journey throughout our expanded learning schools network and get to know some of our students. Meet Shawn, a 7th grader in the Bronx. He’s 1 in a million! Read full post

Scoring Big with Design2Learn!

Emma Banay
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
ExpandED Schools, the New York City Department of Education (NYC DOE) and the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), are currently inviting applications from schools and community partners to join us in Design2Learn, an evaluation of a two-year program designed to boost students’ interest, engagement and academic performance in science during the middle school years. Read full post

Mark Your Calendars for Our 2017 Spring Benefit!

Jama Toung
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Save the date for our annual Spring Benefit when ExpandED Schools will be celebrating our reaching 1 million students this school year. We are proud to be honoring Esther Dyson, Chair of EDventure; Ted Mathas, CEO of New York Life; and Laura Overdeck, Founder of Bedtime Math. Soledad O’Brien, CEO of Starfish Media will emcee the event. Read full post

Designing Culturally Responsive Organized After-School Activities

Katie Brohawn
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
In the past six months or so, I’ve noticed the term ‘cultural responsiveness’ coming up more and more around the office. I hear it in meetings across a broad range of topics from social-emotional learning strategies to pilot projects in informal STEM education. As we work to incorporate cultural responsiveness into our own work and examine its impact, a review of the literature for best practices shows we aren’t the only ones thinking about this. Read full post

What's Lucy Reading?

Lucy Friedman
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
I'm reading reports from the Frameworks Institute and the New School Center for New York City Affairs on poverty and school integration, as well as Christopher Emdin's book on urban youth brilliance and teaching method issues. Read full post

Squad's Goals: How We'll Use 'Growth Mindset' in 2017 | A Staff Round-up

Therese Workman
Thursday, January 5, 2017
While many articles and studies may cite different tips, hints or strategies to set achievable goals, the common thread they share -- which resonates with our own support of social and emotional learning in our schools -- is that having a growth mindset makes all the difference. That is, believing in personal change is a major part of achieving that change. And taking time to set intentions can have measurable and tangible results. We surveyed the staff to learn what kinds of changes they'd like to make in their lives this year. Check out some of our 2017 goals: Read full post

Meet Bijon Miles, ExpandED Schools Pathways Fellow

Marissa Badgley
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Bijon Miles 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

DREAM-ing in the Dominican Republic

Lucy Friedman
Thursday, December 15, 2016
Before graduate school, I spent two years in the Dominican Republic serving in the Peace Corps. The DR has held a special place in my heart since then, and for the past ten years or so, I have been involved with the DREAM Project. Read full post

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