Alan van Capelle, President & CEO at Educational Alliance discusses helping more than 4 million New Yorkers to date through social, educational, and recreational programs that embrace innovation and build community.
USA Today, College edition, put together a sample of some of the top universities in the nation for students interested in the field of Natural Resources and Conservation. The field is particularly important today, as the nation finds itself divided on how to best preserve its natural resources.
Sesame Street’s educational nonprofit, Sesame Workshop, announced that it will work in conjunction with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to develop and distribute educational media content and tools for children who are displaced around the world because of crisis and conflict.
A new study published in the journal Child Development found that children who are enrolled in Head Start and miss more than 10 percent of the school year experience fewer academic gains than children who attend regularly.
Recent data has shown that the rates of sexually transmitted diseases among teens in Niagara Falls, New York, are higher than the statewide average, and the teen pregnancy rates are three times higher within poor neighborhoods.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation released a report on Monday decrying the slim odds for high-achieving, low-income students of being admitted to elite colleges and universities, ultimately recommending a “poverty preference” to increase low-income student representation.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education is one of the most effective ways to set American children up for success in an increasingly global economy, where already 10 of the fastest growing industries require STEM knowledge.