June 8, 2020
Black Joy Book List
No book could have saved George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, or the countless murdered Black Americans before them. We also know that, among the many injustices that laddered up to a society that tolerates those deaths, is a world where black children get to see themselves only in sad stories — tales of trauma, hardship, adversity and overcoming. We can change this.

Robertson Center Ideas

Article
November 11, 2019
How Two Educators Convert Even the Most Reluctant Readers
Christine Poser of Staten Island's I.S. 24 and Norene Johnson of Success Academy Bed-Stuy Middle School share their secrets for turning their students into lifelong readers.
Christine Poser of Staten Island's I.S. 24 and Norene Johnson of Success Academy Bed-Stuy Middle School share their secrets for turning their students into lifelong readers.
Article
May 24, 2019
Learning About the Past to Empower the Future
Success Academy Hudson Yards history teacher Jess Johnson helps her scholars connect the past to their current reality.
Success Academy Hudson Yards history teacher Jess Johnson helps her scholars connect the past to their current reality.
Article
April 25, 2019
From Biology to Basketball, This First-Year Teacher Champions His Students
First-year biology teacher Travis Brady is laser-focused on building relationships with students, inside and outside of the classroom.
First-year biology teacher Travis Brady is laser-focused on building relationships with students, inside and outside of the classroom.
Article
March 7, 2019
How One Teaching Team Uses Harlem As Its Classroom
Harlem 5's teachers bring black history and culture to life all year long.
Harlem 5's teachers bring black history and culture to life all year long.
Article
February 5, 2019
Welcome to the Art Closet: How One Art Teacher Creates Lessons that Inspire
Success Academy Harlem 5 art teacher Lindsey Kammerer uses little techniques to spark lots of imagination.
Success Academy Harlem 5 art teacher Lindsey Kammerer uses little techniques to spark lots of imagination.

The Happenings

Webinar
Jun 29
2020
Past Event
Talking to Kids About Racial Violence

A conversation on tough conversations

Webinar
July 6
2020
Upcoming Event
Read-Aloud

Helping Your Student Go on Adventures This Summer

Webinar
Aug
2020
Upcoming Event
Financial Planning for Educators

Spotlight on Student Loans

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