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A Call to Action in Honor of Daunte Wright

At NYU Metro Center, we have long stood and continue to stand with causes such as #PoliceFreeSchools and youth-led organizations such as the Urban Youth Collaborative (UYC) who have championed the removal of police from schools and the prioritization of resources and support to facilitate environments that are safe and supportive for our children. The recent murder of Daunte Wright (his killing has been deemed a homicide) reminds us that we have a long way to go to set all of our children up for success.

We Must Stop The Anti-Asian Violence

as the spate of hate crimes in the past year have seen a significant rise, and typically without adequate media coverage. This lack of attention is saddening because people of Asian descent are the third most targeted group in the U.S. following Black Americans and Jewish Americans.

CRE STEAM Scorecard Release

NYU Metro Center is excited to announce the launch of the Culturally Responsive-Sustaining STEAM Curriculum Scorecard!

NYU Metro Center Introduces the CRSE Remote Resource Hub

As the the nation is faced with the prospect of shifting education to remote techniques in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, NYU Metro Center curated a resource list for Culturally Responsive-Sustaining REMOTE Education.

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Anti-racist Initiative

Our Anti-Racist and Critical Whiteness Initiative builds on our commitment to promote educational equity and confront anti-Black racism and white supremacy. As Black, Indigenous, and people of color work to disrupt systemic racism and challenge white people to act, many white people are seeking opportunities to expose supremacist ideologies and practice anti-racism. 

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Events

Café con Metro

Café con Metro is a 90-minute discussion that brings communities of educators together to center Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education in classrooms and schools.

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Easing the Effects of Stress, Trauma, and Loss on Students and Their Families

We welcome all social workers, counselors, school psychologists, and other interested educators who wish to support students impacted by trauma during Covid-19.

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Voices in Urban Education

VUE is an open-access journal published twice annually and endeavors to serve as a “roundtable-in-print” by bringing together diverse education stakeholders with a wide range of viewpoints, including leading education writers and thinkers, as well as essential but frequently underrepresented voices in educational scholarship, such as students, parents, teachers, activists, and community members.

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Metro Center Perspectives

Reducing High School Segregation: What Can the Mayor Do? (pt.2)

This blog explores actions that have the ability to lessen the intense segregation of New York City high schools by examining the 50 least diverse high schools (highest percentages of Black and Latinx students) in the City and suggests ways to increase diversity in those schools and address their unique needs.

Reducing High School Segregation: What could the mayor do?

This blog explores actions that have the ability to lessen the intense segregation of New York City high schools by examining entry requirements of the 50 least diverse high schools in the City.

Monopolizing Whiteness

A reflection on Erika Wilson's forthcoming work that argues, across the country, state-drawn school district boundaries in diverse urban districts allow advantaged whites with significant social and political capital to transform those districts into enclaves of similar racial and socio-economic status.

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Education Leaders

Supported by NYU Metro Center in 2018 and 2019

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Supported by NYU Metro Center in 2018 and 2019

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Supported by NYU Metro Center in 2018 and 2019

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