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What if all families in New Orleans had an option for a diverse school that prepared them for careers of the future
What if high-achieving, low-income students had the college guidance and support they need to enter, and excel at, the nation’s best universities?
What if all teachers had a way to record and act on the qualitative data about their students they observere throughout the day?
Classroom Media Workshop provides access to a targeted professional learning community and group of peers that serves to support, accelerate, and embrace positive change.
What if there were a community of young girls and women who were role models to other girls interested in STEM?
What if our schools could easily find amazing community members to work as substitute and enrichment teachers?
What if students loved learning about history and current events as much as playing Fanatasy Football?
What if New York youth had access to the training and relationships needed to be in the tech industry?
What if a truly personalized education could be provided at less than half the cost of existing public schools?
What if high schoolers could use the construction process to build leadership skills and expand their career options after graduation?
What if college students could easily access and act on critical information necessary to retain their financial aid?