Our new study uses data on more than 230,000 NYC students to examine the effects of neighborhood policing on high school graduation rates. The findings highlight starkly different experiences with policing across racial/ethnic groups and provide evidence about how these inequities shape students' educational trajectories.
In 2017, the New York City Department of Education launched the Teacher and School Leaders Bronx Human Capital Initiative (TSL). The Research Alliance undertook an evaluation to examine TSL’s impact on teacher and student outcomes.
This study will foster a better understanding of the challenges faced by schools that are lagging behind in providing computer science education to all of their students, and identify supports and strategies to help them make progress.
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The Research Alliance for New York City Schools conducts rigorous studies on topics that matter to the city’s public schools. We strive to advance equity and excellence in education by providing nonpartisan evidence about policies and practices that promote students' development and academic success.