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Are New York high schools preparing graduates to persist to and through college? Find out by viewing our updated data tool and report.
Check out our 2022 policy priorities, analysis of the New York State budget, and more.
Thousands of New York students are under-enrolled in advanced coursework or attend schools that do not offer these courses. Learn more.
A majority of New York parents indicated that they would choose a remote learning option if one were available, according to our Fall 2021 poll.
A new poll found that New Yorkers overwhelmingly want the next mayor to address child care needs.
Learn about how much funding schools across New York get and how you can advocate for more equitable spending.
Read more about three ways New York school districts can use American Rescue Plan funding to advance educational equity.
Click here to see an analysis of the use of Regents exams exemptions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York students and educators continue to persevere through one of the most challenging times facing schools. Here are their stories.
View our latest reports by the REACH NY network, which is dedicated to a statewide postsecondary equity agenda.
The ’20-21 school year represents an opportunity for our education system to recommit to support the success of all students whether students are learning in-person, remotely, or a blend of the two.
We partnered with organizations across NY to create a toolkit with 10 steps high schools can use to help seniors complete the FAFSA.
As school districts prepare for the fall, it is essential to prioritize educational equity alongside the paramount health and safety requirements.
On this page you will find resources for policymakers and education leaders designed to focus on the needs of historically underserved groups of students during this crisis.
In this policy brief, The New York Equity Coalition examines the use of alternative “4+1”pathways for Regents and Local diplomas, the overall role of Local diplomas, and whether all groups of students have equitable access to advanced opportunities.
New York schools imposed out-of-school suspensions on an average of at least one student a minute, every hour of the school day.
Our Educator Equity Snapshots spotlight the importance of data transparency, availability, and usefulness in teacher preparation in New York.
Read our recommendations on improving data, transparency, and usefulness in teacher preparation programs.
View our report that highlights five steps school districts can take to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Explore our resources on the state of teacher and school leader diversity in New York and why it matters for our students, educators, and future.