Did you know that only 16.7% of Latino 3rd graders in Washington Heights are meeting English literacy standards? Exodus begins tutoring in kindergar
In Education, Environment Is Everything
Schools where students feel safe, engaged and connected to their teachers are also schools that have narrower
"Notes From The Field"
Just listen, if you would, to how she listens. That may sound like an odd way to invoke what Anna Deavere Smith does in “Not
Dollar General Loves Literacy!
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Operation Exodus Inner City a grant to support their youth lit
Above photo by Farah Stockman
On Sunday, October 16th, Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda held a screening of Mary Poppins at Washington Height’s Un
Eleven Million Bits
It has been estimated that our brains are capable of processing approximately 11 million bits of information every second. Given
What Going Back To $chool Costs
Decades ago, a student beginning a new year may have bought some new pencils, a pack of looseleaf, and if lucky, a ne
A Lack of Diversity in NYC's Specialized Schools
This year, fewer blacks and Latinos were offered seats in New York City's specialized high schools c
As part of our fall schedule for middle school students, Operation Exodus will once again be taking part in a playmaking series with director Josh Lew
Word Up A True Community Bookstore
Word Up is an oasis in Washington Heights, an area in uptown Manhattan that would otherwise be a "book desert."