If we want to prepare students for success in a globally connected world, we must engage them in learning that is relevant to their lives and allows them to master the skills of tomorrow.
iZone schools harness today’s resources to design school around the unique strengths, interests and needs of each student. iZone schools provide teachers with the resources and flexibility to support each of their students in developing the skills required for college and career success.
Digital Ready is a school-redesign program that supports personalized learning and other student-centered practices in 20 public middle and high schools.
Software Engineering Pilot is a computer science curriculum-development and teacher-training program in 18 public middle and high schools.
Expanded Success Initiative is a research and design project in 40 schools as well as a new high school model development effort designed to improve college readiness and career outcomes for Black and Latino young men.
Career and Technical Education programs give students opportunities to master academic, technical, and workforce skills. These schools provide students a range of programs focused on preparing graduates for higher education and career-track employment in high-demand industries.
Connected Foundations is a citywide initiative to increase access to and use of high-speed Internet resources among NYC transfer school students and their families.
Connected Learning is a citywide initiative to boost broadband adoption and push learning into the home through access to technology and low-cost broadband.