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Curriki is a K-12 open source web site where members can find open source, educational content, post curricular resources, and work collaboratively with other educators.
The Child Center of NY - Parsons Beacon
To meet the needs of the community through free programs and space for youth, adults and organizations; and to promote positive youth development.
Goodwill Beacon 141
The Beacon's mission is to give young people a safe haven full of unique opportunities. Here they will be empowered by programs inspiring their active and creative minds. We stress the total development of each individual: intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.
TLC for Kids
Providing better educational materials for all children
Cousteau Society's Cousteau Kids
Cousteau Society founder Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau believed that the future rests in the hands of young people. Kids ages 8-12 who join the Cousteau Society explore nature and science around the world in every issue of Cousteau Kids!
Rhythm, Rhyme, Results
RRR creates supplementary educational media that makes no compromises in substance or style. Using a network of over 25 creative professionals from Boston, New York, Atlanta, and beyond, we currently focus on producing educational rap music that blends required state and federal curricula standards with commercial-grade lyricism and music.
Our current library includes full-length albums in math, science, language arts, and social studies, targeting students in grades 6-12.
Rocking the Boat
Rocking the Boat is a boatbuilding and on-water education program based out of the southwest Bronx, New York City. Through a hands-on alternative approach to education and youth development, Rocking the Boat addresses the need for inner city youth to achieve practical and tangible goals, relevant to both everyday life and future aspirations. This process allows high school students to acquire practical, academic, and social skills. Rocking the Boat runs programming in both boatbuilding and environmental science, coordinating three after school and summer programs in each discipline annually, working directly with over 150 students, all of whom receive high school credit. During the process of building a traditional wooden boat, Rocking the Boat students create something not only beautiful, but practical in their own lives, bridging urban and natural life within their neighborhoods. This approach is mirrored in the on-water education program through direct focus on Bronx River habitat monitoring and restoration and through maritime life skills programming. Both programs allow students opportunities to gain a deeper awareness of their own abilities and possibilities in the natural and urban world.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Welcome to the wonderful world of plants, flowers and trees at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. For over 85 years BBG has been an international leader and innovator in hands-on environmental education programs. Our educational programs enable students and teachers to acquire a broader sense of the natural world and to understand that we all play a role in preserving and improving the quality of our environment. We also offer a variety of internship and volunteer opportunities for high school and college-age students.
In addition to families and school groups our educators provide numerous professional development opportunities for teachers. Teachers in New York, across the country, and around the world can inform and inspire students with our award-winning environmental education materials. And, if you have the time, we have attractive volunteer opportunities in all of our zoos and aquarium.
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a public voice of mathematics education, providing vision, leadership and professional development to support teachers in ensuring equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students.
Project Exploration is a nonprofit science education organization that makes science accessible to the public—especially minority youth and girls—through personalized experiences with scientists and science.
The performance of American students in mathematics is mediocre at best. Reform efforts over the past two decades have only made matters worse. We are advocates for school mathematics education reforms that support the mathematics interests and abilities of all students. We advocate programs and policies that help all students achieve success in school mathematics courses, that prepare all students for the broadest options in high school math and science courses, and that give them the opportunity to advance into mathematics based college courses and careers.
Classroom, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming and improving learning for underserved middle and high school students.Recent studies indicate that millions of students in the United States struggle to succeed at their grade level. Classroom, Inc. addresses this problem. We seek to improve reading and math skills for middle and high school students by developing engaging, content-rich programs and by training and supporting teachers to use these programs.Classroom, Inc.’s programs turn classrooms into learning environments that motivate students through innovative teaching methods and materials based on the idea that young people learn better when they are compelled by their work.
christodora is a non-profit, non-sectarian operating foundation offering environmental education and leadership training to motivated New York City public school students.
The Center for Educational Innovation – Public Education Association (CEI-PEA)
The Center for Educational Innovation – Public Education Association (CEI-PEA) is a New York City-based nonprofit organization that creates successful public schools and educational programs. CEI-PEA’s staff of experienced leaders in public education provides hands-on support to improve the skills of teachers and school leaders, increase parent involvement, and channel cultural and academic intervention programs into schools. The benefits of this hands-on support are multiplied through a network of more than 220 public schools in New York and other major urban school systems across the country and around the world.
To empower the youth as the next generation of leaders in the sustainability movement.
Bronx Charter School for Better Learning
The Bronx Charter School for Better Learning provides its students with a solid foundation for academic success, through achievement that exceeds citywide averages and meets or exceeds New York State Standards and national norms in all curriculum areas tested, especially in mathematics and language arts.
Our teaching constantly adjusts to the needs of our students, leading to independence, autonomy, responsibility and a sustained love of learning, all of which contribute directly to high academic achievement.
UC Economics Center for Education & Research
Economics and Financial Literacy Education
St. John's University GEAR UP Program
The mission of St. John's University GEAR UP program is to serve as a vehicle that will enable academically and/or economically disadvantaged students to graduate middle school and high school and pursue post secondary education. Through a broad range of academic and social support services, we will provide our students with a solid academic background that will enable them to succeed and become lifelong learners and productive citizens of society.