June 3, 2020 ExpandED Schools stands with the Black community and the protesters in opposing racial injustice in all of its manifestations. We denounce the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud
May 12, 2020 Jennifer Friedlin About 10 years ago, the National Center for Education Statistics found that 65% of American high schools had some career-oriented program, but that most only
May 4, 2020 Jennifer Friedlin Jacob Moore is the kind of person who is always busy, juggling multiple responsibilities as he works to develop a career while making ends meet.
April 29, 2020 New York City high school students call on Mayor De Blasio to protect funds for the beloved Summer Youth Employment Program, which provides paid summer jobs to 75,000
April 21, 2020 Jennifer Friedlin Name: KeilaHigh School: High School for Enviornmental StudiesOptions Apprenticeship Placement: Educational Video CenterSkills: Creating Media for Social JusticeProject: A Video about Covid-19 Mayor Bill De
April 16, 2020 Jennifer Friedlin In school, Sadeon Martin felt like an outsider because unlike many of his peers he was never into art classes and projects. But when his
April 14, 2020 Saskia Traill Dear Partners, Colleagues, Supporters, Friends, and Students: As we head into what promises to be a difficult budget season, ExpandED Schools is determined to do
April 7, 2020 Jennifer Friedlin Jonas Casimir is always in search of a new challenge. Already equipped with an MBA and a job as a Department of Education community coordinator for students
March 30, 2020 In an effort to serve our partners during this trying time, ExpandED program managers assembled a list of online resources that can support remote learning and teaching.
March 23, 2020 Joel Nunez According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, a.k.a. the “nation’s report card,” children in America are flunking reading. Last year, the NAEP results showed that