NYU Metro Center focuses on driving equity and access in urban, suburban, and rural school settings - especially when confronting issues of difference across race, gender, gender identity, national origin, socioeconomic status, and so on. The Center is continually expanding and evolving its services. Persistence of vision has forged NYU Metro Center into a nationally recognized leader in educational equity. Our comprehensive programs and projects serve a wide range of constituencies - more than 5,000 classroom staff impacting over 150,000 students, as well as over 6,000 parents and close to 100 agencies, schools, and school districts.
The goal of the ASD Nest Support Project is to advance the development and implementation of educational solutions for children living with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Conducts applied research and evaluation studies focused on promoting positive educational outcomes for youth, and understanding the influence of both schools and communities on those outcomes.
Provides tactical support, applied research, and collaborative problem-solving to schools in the United States and abroad as well as agencies outside education
Supplemental college-preparatory program focused on academic enrichment, tutoring, mentoring, college readiness, career planning, and professional internship experience
The Education Justice Research and Organizing Collaborative (EJ-ROC) brings together researchers, data and policy analysts, and community organizers to provide critical research, data, policy and strategic support for the education justice movement.
NYU EXCEL Academy is dedicated to creating year-round critical literacy and college-access programming for youth from the South Bronx.
The Innovations in Equity and Systemic Change (IESC) provides professional development, technical assistance, and consultancy to educational institutions in general and special education.
I3 works with districts, schools, and communities in the United States and beyond to design and develop innovative and equitable solutions to educational segregation.
Provides comprehensive services designed to meet the academic, psychological, social and other developmental needs of high-risk students.
A specialized professional development project and is widely known for seminars in facilitative leadership
Oversees two parallel but connected programs - research and teacher training.
Offers technical assistance, professional development and resource materials that strengthens the teaching and learning of students of English as a new language, and students of languages other than English.
A think-and-do tank that draws from the science of human connection in order to create a more just and humane world.
A free, community-based, trauma-informed, girls only program that is being implemented and evaluated as part of a New York University study.
VUE is an open-access journal that brings together diverse education stakeholders, including leading education writers and thinkers, as well as essential but underrepresented voices in educational scholarship.