CCERS’s work is premised on the principle that schools and communities play active roles in the ecological restoration and stewardship of the planet.
Research and Initiatives
Funded by the Taconic Foundation grant, Community Response / La Comunidad Responde comprises a series of media and digital storytelling workshops at Gregorio Luperón, a bilingual STEM high school for immigrant students in NYC.
Pace University has established a new partnership with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) to support students’ early literacy development.
Teachers can receive up to $4,500 in tuition subsidies for Advanced Certificate courses in either TESOL or Bilingual Education, thanks to the Clinically Rich Intensive Teacher Institute (CR-ITI) ESOL/BE grant.
The HELPS (Helping Early Literacy with Practice Strategies) Tutoring Program partners our aspiring educators with partner school students to hone their reading fluency skills
This grant will help us recruit, support and retain candidates from historically underrepresented communities into the teaching profession, who are qualified, value equity, and reflect diversity in today’s classrooms, particularly in high-need schools where there are local teacher shortages.