South Bronx

Gotham Schools: Venerable Social Services Group Wades into School Management

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As a Bronx elementary school principal, Drema Brown routinely encountered students who were struggling to complete schoolwork without adequate health care, a stable address, or even electricity.

Challenges like those held Brown back from boosting academic achievement. Even worse, she said, she couldn’t solve the problems wrought by poverty, either.

Art is More than a “Secondary Subject”

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