So why can’t school information be easier to find? For starters, I’d like a map with markers of each school that my child is eligible to apply to. Ideally, admissions criteria would also be transparent and easy to understand.Read More
This is where we share some of our insights, as well as practical knowledge and tools that can be used to strengthening public sector programs.
If you’ve got a 5th grader in (non zoned) Dist1 and have questions about applying to Middle School, please join us for this free information session The Public Good is organizing. Register here: https://d1middleschoolinfo.eventbrite.com
The event is co-sponsored with District 1 CEC. The Dept. of Education’s Middle School Admissions office will be joining to provide updates on changes and answerRead More
For the past eight years, The Public Good has been actively researching NYC Department of Education (DOE) policies around school choice and choice leads to or is lead by segregation and inequity.
We have been exploring is the link between resources and funding for services such as after-school programs and the socio-economic composition of elementary schools.Read More
View the presentation here for insights and links to resources that help families navigate the Middle School application process.Read More
As an Adjunct Professor, Tricia led a team of graduate students on an evaluation of New York City’s Open Data platform on behalf of the Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics. The report with our findings was presented to City Council.Read More