An intentional strategy to seamlessly connect students in the K-12 system to ensure they transition successfully into college and are provided connections to high quality career pathways.
- 450 Students are enrolled in BPDC Fall 2018
- 2,543 Students to date have participated in BPDC
- Providing tutoring to spur middle school academic achievement
- 1800 Students to date have received college credits
- 2018 Courses Taught in DOE classrooms by NYC Teachers:
- BIO 101
- ENG 112
$1.5M Tuition Savings 2017 -2018 (Based on $285 per credit)
Low Cost Summer Academic Enrichment Program
FREE Computer Saturday Coding Program
FREE Speaker Symposiums for Parents:
- College Readiness
- Social Emotional Wellbeing
- Curriculum Rubric
- Financial Management
Partnering with Educational Leaders on:
- Leadership Forums held bi-annually
- Building a Seamless K-16 model
Passionately committed to protecting the future of our children.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
See what people are saying about our program.
"We loved the quality of written work and the presentation for the literacy portion of (the) program. We thoroughly enjoyed the theatrical performance...Overall, both aspects of the program Literacy/College Readiness and Theatrical and Performing Arts were a resounding success - gauged by the end product and my child's overall response to the program."
- Moving Mountains Parent
“The Pipeline ECDC inspired students to pursue a college degree.”
- Survey Monkey 2017
“I believe this is a worthwhile program and much better than the College Board AP courses, especially I the students decide to stay in New York and enroll in any of the CUNY colleges.”
- Teacher, ECDC 2016-2017
“I am thrilled and continue to be excited about the MEC Pipeline program. This is a game changer for my students and school community. The Pipeline program fits right into my mission and vision for Science Skills. College starts in high school. Thanks to Dr. Crew and his team for this program.”
- Principal Dahlia McGregor
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