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Student research profiled in NYC history roundtable

The Gotham Center for New York City History hosted a web roundtable on new research in history of education in New York City. Two PhD students in History and Education contributed pieces on their dissertation research. See Barry Goldenberg's "The Story of Harlem Prep: Cultivating a Community School in Harlem," and Jean Park's "From Culturally-Driven to Market-Driven Academic Success: Korean “Cram Schools” in the New York Metropolitan Area" in The Gotham Center for New York City History blog

Published Wednesday, Apr. 20, 2016

Student research profiled in NYC history roundtable

The Gotham Center for New York City History hosted a web roundtable on new research in history of education in New York City. Two PhD students in History and Education contributed pieces on their dissertation research. See Barry Goldenberg's "The Story of Harlem Prep: Cultivating a Community School in Harlem," and Jean Park's "From Culturally-Driven to Market-Driven Academic Success: Korean “Cram Schools” in the New York Metropolitan Area" in The Gotham Center for New York City History blog

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