Why do parent leaders engage in racial equity work? Researchers from the Center for Policy, Evaluation, Research, and Evaluation engage parent leadership organizations to share its impact on their families, schools, and community.
VUE, NYU Metro Center’s open-access journal, interrogates the need for a “post-pandemic” pedagogy that is culturally centered around the perspectives of the disenfranchised, and new understandings of community care and educational justice.
A number of NYU students competed in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Eastern Region Student Auditions in Saratoga Springs in mid March. Everyone made it to the semi finals with a large number ranking top position in their category.
In their study, the authors examine the role and function of RTCs in creating or exacerbating race and gender inequities under the guise of mental health. They examine patterns that implicate the logic that treatment intentions justify children’s confinement and expose evidence linking RTCs with a potential treatment-to-prison pipeline.
There is continued concern over the inequitable distribution of highly experienced and effective teachers among historically marginalized student populations. The authors use longitudinal data from Tennessee to assess whether students of racially/ethnically minoritized and economically disadvantaged backgrounds have unequal exposure to teachers based on alternate definitions of teaching quality.
Associate Professor Alisha Ali uses research-based evaluation to understand and improve the efficacy of a NYC-based trauma treatment program for veterans to re-conceptualize their world through Shakespeare’s verse.
Early in 2022, the Steinhardt program in Piano Studies partnered with Sunrise East 56, an assisted living community on the upper east side, to bring live performances to seniors. Initiated by NYU Silver School alumna Alyssa Friedman, the program is a favorite among the residents.
NYU Global TIES for Children (NYU-TIES), an international research center embedded within NYU's IHDSC, has launched their sixth research brief, Understanding Settings for Early Childhood Socialization: Evidence from the Rohingya Camps, from their Play to Learn (PtL) program.