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Urban Ed, School Reform, and Social Justice
Get all up in this website and you'll never get out! Out of Vancouver, this website is basically a posting site for thousands of gardening articles, technical notes, and even some great ideas for lessons.
A joint partnership of the NYC Department of Education and NYC Service, Service in Schools strives to expand the number of NYC students engaged in transformative community service and service-learning experiences that enable them to use their voice, skills, and critical thinking to affect positive change in their communities and the world.
Interested in starting a garden at your school? A division of the NYC Parks Dept., this is NYC's largest (over 3,000 gardens) community garden group.
Pay $20 and have a program to keep all of your grades organized. You can also keep your seating charts and attendance records organized. Have each student give you an ID name (something only they would know) and each week print out your records so they can see how they are doing.
This group has some initiatives in NY.
This group seeks to foster local economic and social well-being through educ ational innovation. Contains resources related to equity, higher education, banks, businesses, k-12 schools, libraries, and technology
Resources to address the digital divide in schools and communities
Current events in urban education, discussions and advocacy concerning urban education.
Home page for Urban Education Partnership, a not-for-profit organization that helps students in high-need public schools improve their academic achievement by partnering with educators, parents and the community.
Site for the Museum of Modern Art and its educational opportunities for teachers. Workshops for teachers, Information center for teachers, resources.