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Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH)
REACH Featured on Chase ATMs in September
In September, JPMorgan Chase is launching a month-long campaign to highlight its partnership with Teachers College in support of improved educational opportunities for Harlem children.
Teachers College was established in 1887 to offer a new form of preparation for teachers of the poor, immigrant children who were flooding into New York City. For 125 years, it has engaged in research, teaching, service and advocacy that responds and contributes to the educational success of children locally, nationally and internationally. Today, the College engages with more than 500 public schools across New York City, reaching thousands of students through our professional development activities, academic enhancements, applied research projects and other educational programming. In 2007, President Susan Fuhrman established the Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) to reinvigorate the College's rich legacy around community engagement in a more coordinated approach. Since its inception, the OSCP has impacted approximately 15,000 students and their teachers in 26 neighborhood schools through a wide variety of academic enhancement and professional development programs. It maintains a deep collaboration with two public schools co-funded by TC and the New York City Department of Education: Heritage School (since 1996), and the Teachers College Community School (since 2011).
Raising Educational Achievement Coalition of Harlem (REACH)Box: 49 * Phone: 212-678-7421 * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org