Academic Readiness Past Projects
Centers for Teaching and Learning Project (CTL)
During the 2013-2014 school year, GNYC provided funding for distinct projects led by CUNY Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTLs) at three community colleges to bring college faculty and local high school teachers together in teams to work on college transition projects. The projects sought to help campuses bridge the transition between NYC DOE public high schools and CUNY colleges by building an understanding of curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices at the high school and college levels.
Curriculum Alignment Project
The first iteration of GNYC’s efforts to collectively engage high school teachers and college faculty, the Curriculum Alignment Project brought together approximately 25 educators to develop curricular units in literacy and math that aligned with the Common Core State Standards and were progressive through high school, developmental education, and introductory college-level courses.
Data Sharing & Research Past Projects
NYC College Access and Success Mapping Project
GNYC regularly surveys colleges and community-based organizations across New York City to inform its interactive map that illustrates the breadth and depth of college access and success work being done throughout the five boroughs.
GNYC Academy for Data Professionals
Held from April to June of 2012, the GNYC Academy for Data Professionals was a series of workshops that sought to establish a learning community geared toward utilizing data and research to improve student outcomes.
Longitudinal Tracking Database (LTDB)
The Longitudinal Tracking Data Base stores and matches shared CUNY & DOE student records.