Tag Archive | "Urban Assembly School"

A New Pathway for the College Bound

College enrollment for blacks and Hispanics has risen over the last decade, but not enough to close the race gap. One organization in New York City aims to increase those odds.

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Surviving the First Year, Day by Day, in the South Bronx

Just getting through the first year is an accomplishment for a new teacher, but Emma Schneider, 31, is determined to make a difference in the lives of her students at the Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science in the Bronx.

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Teaching the Teachers at Urban Assembly

At the Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science, teachers don’t just teach students–they also teach each other.

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Azcuy’s Art World

Several of Eric Azcuy’s art projects are displayed prominently throughout the Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science, and almost all of them manage to incorporate at least some aspects of his students’ academic classes. This combination of subjects has led to quite a few assignments that are both educational and artistic. Read the […]

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Art or Math, What’s the Difference?

Eric Azcuy uses his students’ art projects to help teach them about math, science and English — and sometimes they even notice.

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