Category Archives: Advocacy

For Solutions, Look No Further Than Our Youth

As a region, we find ourselves yet again in despair, disarray and exasperation following more [...]

Wyman Responds to Recent Acts of Violence

We are deeply saddened by the violence, loss of life and injuries that occurred in [...]

Wyman Responds to Funding Cuts to Teen Pregnancy Prevention

“Wyman is disappointed in the recent developments in Congress and the Administration related to the [...]

There is NOT a SINGLE Solution

“The most dangerous gap in society is the expectation gap. Potential in this country is [...]

The New York Times – Social Programs That Work

By Ron Haskins for the New York Times Washington – Hardly anyone knows it, but [...]

New York Times: Racial Wealth Gap Persists Despite Degree

A recent piece from the New York Times indicates that there’s much more work to [...]

U.S. News & World Report: Raising Students’ Emotional IQs

While many educators and policymakers are eyeing technology and revised standards to improve student performance [...]

New York Times – Playing Nicely With Others: Why Schools Teach Social Emotional Learning

Social emotional learning is what allows students to control their behavior, understand how their personal [...]

New York Times – In Fighting Teenage Pregnancy, the Folly of Shame and Blame

In the South Bronx, inside the International Community High School, Johnny, Brayan, Khady, Genesis and [...]