The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development currently partners with 25 New York City schools serving poverty-impacted students, and it works with these partners to enrich curriculum and services for students, to support continuing professional development of the schools’ teachers, and to jointly prepare new teachers and other school professionals.
This partnership was formally launched in 2004, with a major grant from the Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation. The schools are concentrated on New York’s Lower East Side, and in the South Bronx and East Harlem – all historically underserved neighborhoods educationally.
We invite you to view the video featuring Prof. Joseph P. McDonald to learn about Steinhardt's School Partnerships and NYU's commitment to be In and of the City.
And explore the website tabs featuring the partnership's: