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."
A Heartfelt Thank You!
We wanted to share with you some stories of the success we’ve had this summer using ARTS education as a focus for learning.
Thirsty For Words
Does forty-five million sound like a lot? That’s the number of words a young child will hear by the age of 4 in families headed
The History of "Hispanic vs. Latino"
It’s a question Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike have struggled with when deciding what to call the diverse c
How One Story Becomes The Only Story
Stereotypes about poverty abound and images, sometimes referred to as “poverty porn,” are prevalent. Intende
Red, White & Blue
by Mariela Regalado
Whichever way you cut through my veins
The colors that spill will still be the same...
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