NYU Metro Center Affirms Anti-Bias Education

multr-racial and multi-gender group of students sit and work in a classroom

Biases continue to outline the contours of American schooling, targeting intersectional identities while lingering in school policies and practices and hardening in the minds and imaginations of many educators. In spite of this, there is a rapidly spreading sentiment that training against bias is flawed, that a system that produces and maintains static racial disparities […]

Racism’s Hold on My Newborn Child

by Natalie McCabe Zwerger This blog was originally posted on the Everyday Race Blog by Center for Strategic Solution‘s (CSS) director, Natalie Zwerger. CSS is hosting their third annual Decolonizing Education Conference on June 7-8, 2019. At the end of last year, I gave birth to my first baby. V is smart, happy, and beautiful. […]

The Mastery Collaborative Approach: Student Centered, Culturally Responsive, and Competency-Based

Students and teacher sitting on coach in a school smiling at the camera

NYU Metro Center is working with the Mastery Collaborative to conduct the Culturally Responsive Mastery-Based Education Research Project (CR-MBE) which aims to understand how culturally responsive mastery-based practices influence historically marginalized students’ learning, school engagement, and academic outcomes. Check out the blog post below to learn more about the significance of this research. This blog […]