- After School
- College Preparation
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- In School
Department of Education, Guide for Teachers
Almost 135,000 people work full-time in New York City’s public school system with the shared mission to provide the 1.1 million students with an education that gives them the tools to thrive in college, in careers, and as active members of their communities.
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.
Teachscape is a school effectiveness company, providing a range of solutions that drive increasing levels of student achievement by building the knowledge and skills of instructional leaders and teachers. Our unique combination of expert consultants, technology tools, observation protocols, and online learning modules comprise a research-based methodology that consistently delivers outcomes that districts need to ensure ever-increasing levels of student success.
Wireless Generation makes effective differentiated instruction possible for PreK-12 educators with its mCLASS® system, which includes handheld computer-based formative assessments; Web-based reporting, data analysis and instructional planning tools; and in-person professional development. The company’s commitment to listening to educators and gaining a deep understanding of their challenges has led to the development of innovative offerings that help improve student achievement in reading and math. Currently, approximately 150,000 teachers nationwide and overseas use mCLASS and the company’s professional services to collect, analyze, and act on data in support of 2 million students’ reading and math learning. More information is available on the Web at www.wirelessgeneration.com.
The Broad Center for the Management of School Systems
The mission of The Broad Center for the Management of School Systems is to raise student achievement by recruiting, training and supporting executive leadership talent from across America to become the next generation of urban school district leaders. Established in 2001, The Center identifies talented leaders from education, business, the military, nonprofit organizations and government who have the passion, knowledge and skill to take on executive leadership roles in urban education. The Center operates two executive development programs: The Broad Superintendents Academy and The Broad Residency in Urban Education.
Teach For America
Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates and professionals of all academic majors and career interests who commit two years to teach in urban and rural public schools and become leaders in the effort to expand educational opportunity. Our mission is to enlist our nation's most promising future leaders in the movement to eliminate educational inequality.
New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE)
New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE) is a group of public school educators committed to fighting for social justice in our school system and society at large, by organizing and mobilizing teachers, developing curriculum, and working with community, parent, and student organizations. We are educators who believe that education is an integral part of social change and that we must work both inside and outside the classroom because the struggle for justice does not end when the school bell rings.
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.
The Teachers Support Network
Teacher Support Network (TSN) was founded in 2001 with the goal to help schools and school districts recruit and retain the highest quality teacher for every classroom.
The Grow Network
The Grow Network uses assessment results to support teaching and learning. Our print and online reports help educators make use of results from end-of-year and interim assessments. By breaking down the results into specific categories, Grow is able to offer targeted educational materials.
Resource Area For Teaching (RAFT)
RAFT is a non-profit organization that believes hands-on teaching is the best way for teachers to teach and students to learn. We provide creative hands-on activities, educational resources, workshops and inexpensive materials, (many donated by local businesses), to enrich pre K-12 education and community group programs. Our goal is to assist teachers, non-profits and community groups, by providing materials and ideas for day-to-day teaching and for supporting professional growth.
The organization's mission: ensure that all young people learn the communication, decision making, and goal setting skills they need to be successful in life.
National Urban Alliance (NUA)
The NUA's mission is to substantiate in the public schools of urban America an irrefutable belief in the capacity of all children to reach the highest levels of learning & thinking demanded by our ever-changing global community.
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.
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.
Teaching Matters is a non-profit professional development organization that partners with educators to improve public schools. We use technology in the classroom to prepare teachers and their students for 21st Century learning and achievement.
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.
Our mission at Bell Curves is to help individuals overcome barriers to educational success. Bell Curves partners with organizations and develops curricula and materials tailored to help each organization's constituents achieve academic excellence. Bell Curves works to make education accessible and affordable for all individuals, regardless of their socioeconomic background.