Collectively advocating for a better NYC school system
April 2013 | New York
DEC and A+ NYC employ collaborative efforts to open up dialogue about education issues and to institute change. more

Building a college-going culture in low-income high schools
February 2013 | New York
College Summit harnesses peer influence to encourage college enrollment more

NYU-Poly hosts STEM-focused summer program
July 2012 | New York
Deutsche Bank supported the creation and establishment of NYU-Poly’s Science of Smart Cities summer program, which provided free daily workshops to NYC public middle school students for four weeks. Deutsche Bank volunteers also provided weekly assistance. more

College Ready Communities prepares students for higher ed
June 21, 2012 | New York
Three years ago, Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation received a $2 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to leverage the foundation’s current investments in low-to-moderate income communities in New York City. more

CFY's digital platform deepens home-school learning
February 2012 | New York
CFY helps students in low-income communities, together with their teachers and families, harness the power of digital learning to improve educational outcomes. Digital learning holds great potential for improving both teaching and scholarship, and has proven to extend learning time beyond the school day, increase student engagement in school and encourage self-directed learning, while allowing teachers to individualize studies and enabling parents to more effectively support their children at home. more

Student Safety Act
December 2010 | New York
Urban Youth Collective, one of Deutsche Bank’s partners in the College Ready Communities program, was instrumental in the passage of the Student Safety Act. more

Strive For College hosts first national conference
August 2011 | San Jose, California
Strive for College is a nonprofit organization utilizing a new approach to correcting the inequalities of college access. more

Teachers as Leaders
Fall 2010 | New York
Launched in January 2008, Teachers as Leaders was created by Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation in partnership with the City University of New York Black Male Initiative more

Immigrant Students and English Language Learners
Fall 2010 | New York
Over the past three years, the Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation has supported nonprofit organizations that deliver services to improve student learning and raise academic performance for English Language Learners and recent immigrant students. more

Deutsche Bank hosts reception for Black Male Donor Collaborative
April 25, 2011 | New York
Deutsche Bank and the Black Male Donor Collaborative (BMDC) co-hosted an informational session and cocktail reception at 60 Wall Street to raise awareness of this innovative partnership that seeks to improve educational outcomes for Black males in New York City. more

“Race to Nowhere” Screening at 60 Wall
February 14, 2011 | New York
On Monday, February 14th, the Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation hosted a screening of Race to Nowhere in the 60 Wall Street auditorium. more

Black Male Donor Collaborative
November 2010 | New York City
The Black Male Donor Collaborative recently held a research briefing on the findings of its study investigating the educational trajectories of young Black men in New York City. more

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