Education

Street Talk: The Rebirth of Clark School

Mon, 08/08/11
Authored by Zachary Young
Joseph S. Clark High School,once a highly regarded school in Tremé, has gone through changes over the last years. Listen to Zach Young to hear more Read more

The Thelonious Monk Institute

Thu, 06/23/11
Authored by Russell Shelton
Russell Shelton looks at the influence of the Thelonious Monk Institute and its plans for the immediate future. Read more

The Beginning of Music at McDonough 15

Sat, 07/02/11
Authored by Zachary Young
Children at a local school learn music and enrich their learning experience, by Zachary Young Read more

Silence is Violence Music Clinic

Mon, 04/04/11
School-age children learn more than music during the Silence is Violence Music clinics held in the Bywater. Zach Young reports. Read more

Marching Bands

Tue, 01/18/11
Authored by Zachary Young
Zach Young visits with teachers and students in a school where a local organization has donated musical instruments. Read more

Start the Adventure in Reading

Mon, 03/08/10
Authored by Julia Botero
Julia Botero visits a program that facilitates reading at early stages. Read more

Puentes New Orleans

Mon, 01/25/10
Authored by Julia Botero

Science and Math Charter School Debate Program

Wed, 12/10/08
Authored by David Weinberg
One of the biggest problems facing students in low-income neighborhods is a lack of after-school activities. So some schools around the country are paying students to attend after-school programs. One of those schools is right here in New Orleans. Science and Math Charter Scho... Read more

YA/YA Turns Twenty

Sun, 11/23/08
Authored by Eve Abrams
Twenty years ago, visual artist Jana Napoli began working with Rabouin High School's commercial art teacher Madeleine Neske to create YA/YA: Young Aspirations/Young Artists. Together and with others, they created an art program grounded in the belief that, given the proper too... Read more

Horns for Guns

Sun, 10/26/08
Authored by Eve Abrams
In 2007, Father Bill Terry, the rector at St. Anna's Episcopal Church, began listing the names of murdered New Orleans citizens on a board outside the church. Last year, 215 names were printed on the board. So far in 2008, there are over 160 names on the board. Father Terry an... Read more

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