New York Appleseed has been proud to serve on the School Diversity Advisory Group (SDAG). SDAG today released its first report, Making the Grade: The Path to Real Integration and Equity for NYC Public School Students, which offers a bold
Contact: Matt Gonzales, Director, School Diversity Project email@example.com New York, NY (January 05, 2019) – New York Appleseed is proud to present a new advocacy briefing Student Assignment to Public Middle Schools in New York City – a summary of the
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New York Appleseed applauds the New York State Education Department for its leadership in encouraging and supporting school districts to pursue meaningful integration. We believe the work of creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive schools must be rooted in culturally responsive
After years of advocacy by community members, the New York City Department of Education approved a school-integration plan for Community School District 1 in Manhattan. The planning leading up to the plan was funded by the New York State Education
The new documentary Teach Us All is now available on Netflix. We are proud to see the work of IntegrateNYC, as well as our own Hebh Jamal and David Tipson featured in the film alongside many of our amazing allies
In a historic event, New York Appleseed, IntegrateNYC4me, and Epic Theatre Ensemble‘s Epic Next presented at the New York State Board of Regents July 2017 meeting. Student leaders from New York City presented policy recommendations and social justice theater to education policy
New York Appleseed Statement on Set-Aside Admissions Plans for Individual Schools Advocates and journalists crave dichotomies, and it should come as no surprise that many advocates for school integration in New York City have begun to fall into camps.
In collaboration with The Century Foundation and St. Ann & The Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn, we are proud to present a performance of Laundry City on Tuesday May 30th at 6:30pm. The students from Epic Next will “keep it
Check out our American Educational Research Association (AERA) session led by School Diversity Project Director Matt Gonzales, and featuring Epic Theatre Ensemble‘s Laundry City Company as well as our partners from IntegrateNYC4me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPIgUC9sSZk