The term “digital divide” is problematic, but New York City is focused on improving broadband access and digital literacy for low-income students and their families.
At the end of Internet Week, 1,800 people had a one-day opportunity to tour 55 New York tech company offices at WalkaboutNYC — a behind-the-scenes exploration of how New York’s tech economy is growing.
Students want to work on things that matter to them and matter in the real world. Social media is one of the most effective ways to make learning relevant and connect students’ work to the world.
The spectacular United Palace Theater is the setting for a multimedia performance with the music of Philip Glass and the story of a boy who challenges the formidable power of a black hole. Educators receive discounts.
Among the 12 small high schools opening in New York City this fall, Career and Technical Education (CTE) schools are rising to the forefront in an effort to encourage students to enter STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers. Two of the CTE schools are the Academy for Software Engineering and the Union Square Academy for Health Sciences, both of […]