Media Coverage

How Networks of Proven Programs Could Help State-Level Reform

October 12, 2017
Read Bob Slavin's new article in the Huffington Post about using proven, evidence-based approaches to school improvement. Read More

Corinne Cornibe, Math Teacher at Academy for Young Writers, selected Big Apple Award Winner

May 23, 2017
NEW YORK – Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced the winners of the fifth annual Big Apple Awards, honoring 19 recipients and celebrating the incredible work of New York City public school teachers. The Big Apple Awards... Read More

Distributed Counseling Supports Students Where Counselors are Too Few

February 19, 2016
ISA’s Distributed Counseling model creates a social-emotional safety net by enlisting teachers and guidance counselors into a collaborative team. This makes a huge impact in places where there are just not enough guidance... Read More

Regents unveil $50M plan to boost education for boys of color

December 16, 2015
Dr. House served on the Blue Ribbon Committee on Improving Outcomes for Boys and Young Men of Color that framed the recommendations which the Regents adopted. Read More

Revolutionizing the Teaching of 21st Century Skills: The Power of the Video Game

December 3, 2015
Read this Huffington Post article highlighting the high quality innovation at New York City ISA partner school, Hudson HIgh School for Learning Technologies. ISA collaborated with the NYC Department of Education to create Hudson... Read More