SUNY is working to reinvent how education works here in New York. By establishing a series of systemic and sustainable regional education networks between the public, private, and non-profit sectors, these efforts will use data to determine what works best, and then bring critical players to the table using existing resources to make it happen.
Development is already underway in Albany, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Rochester and Harlem. And because of Chancellor Zimpher’s success with similar frameworks across America, The Center for the Next Generation has taken notice and featured her work as co-founder of Strive, the national cradle-to-career network.
Do you think TCNG got it right?