Sharing Model Programs

Sharing Model Programs

Friday, December 16, 2016
Two magazines recently accepted articles for publication that demonstrate Harlem Academy’s emergence as a model program within the education community.

The AMLE Magazine for the Association for Middle Level Educators is publishing an article by history teacher Sean Robertson that highlights Harlem Academy’s use of primary documents as a best practice for exploring U.S. history. That article, published in the February 2017 issue, is available online here

Principal Leadership, a magazine for school leaders, is publishing an article by head of school Vinny Dotoli focused on our morning coffee program as a powerful lever for meaningful collaboration with families.  

As an independent school, Harlem Academy is positioned to develop and test innovative programming. It’s a role we embrace. We are constantly working to develop the best programming to support our students. Ideas to strengthen the curriculum go through rigorous testing and must demonstrate that they strengthen student skills and performance. When we prove they’re successful, we are intentional about sharing what we’ve learned with the broader education community. 

These articles will reach a combined circulation of more than 50,000 educators, underscoring the growing impact we are having on schools and children across the country.