On September 3rd, Boys Prep Bronx hosted it's annual Male Heroes Walk to warmly welcome their scholars for the 2019-2020 academic year. This successful event continues to grow as the school community welcomes in new families, and the inaugural class persists to and through 8th grade.
As students gear up for the new year, charter schools in the borough are continuing to make strides through the success of its students.
Last week, both Girls Prep Lower East Side and Girls Prep Bronx were awarded a level of distinction by the New York State Department of Education, by being named Recognition Schools.
In this interview, Janelle Bradshaw, Superintendent of Public Prep Academies, explains the benefits of single sex schools to New York Times Best Selling Author, Alina Adams.
Public Prep Network has partnered with the nonprofit Parent-Child Home Program, to visit family's homes and help parents prepare their children for school.
A year ago, we launched a pilot with 30 families in which the program is delivered to younger siblings of current Public Prep students.
Public Prep CEO, Ian Rowe, joins a panel to discuss the question: How do we explain today’s disparities in progress for Black America?
Council Member Salamanca reveals Mobile STEM labs at Girls Prep Bronx Elementary
News 12 Bronx was in attendance at Boys Prep Bronx for the 5th annual Male Heroes Welcome
Eight scholars from Girls Prep Lower East Side participated in the New York-American Choral Directors Association Summer Elementary Honor Choir
AEI and the Economic Success of Black Men in America - panel and discussion
Public Prep Academies host their annual week long college and career event
Boys Prep Bronx produces an awesome rendition of The Lion King Kids based on the Broadway production.
Through the Participatory Budget process in Council Member Salamanca's District 17, Girls Prep Bronx/MS 302X is awarded $600,000 for auditorium renovations.
Assemblymember Marcos Crespo speaks on panel as part of Public Prep's series of Community Conversations.
Girls Prep — the first all-girls K-8 public charter school founded in New York City — announced that Sian Beilock, president of Barnard College, will speak at its graduation ceremony to be held on the campus of Columbia University on June 25.
After the presentation of scores, Susan Pimentel, a lead writer of the Common Core ELA standards, moderated a panel focused on improving reading comprehension through knowledge-based curriculum, rigorous texts, and home–school partnerships.
An exploration of new ideas to prevent the K-12 Achievement Gap