We believe in rebalancing the equation for disenfranchised students by providing schools with the support they need to improve.

New York City has a longstanding commitment to equity and access for disenfranchised youth.

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In 2012, New York State released the Common Core Learning Standards, with a prediction that high-stakes state assessments tied to the Common Core would follow.

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Lynette Lauretig

— Senior Director —

Lynette manages the Multiple Pathways portfolio, which includes the Multiple Pathways Institute, the Transfer High School conference, and an educational team in charge of providing leadership development, building teacher capacity, and sustaining a professional learning community for 25 high schools. + read more

Eve Bois
— Director —

Eve works closely with principals and schools to support their professional learning within the Institute. She manages many of the team’s special initiatives and projects, including curriculum development for teachers, fostering partnerships between schools and community organizations, and presenting at national conferences. 
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— Director  —

Caresse's expertise in data collection and analysis helps support the Institute's goals and drives the direction and growth of the program. She collaborates with principals to help them articulate school-wide achievement and student success through both cross-school site visits and documentation of outcomes.  + read more


Driven by a large dose of political will and an enduring passion to support the city’s transfer school students, the Institute was launched.

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We’ve learned, through continuous research and data analysis, that the program is effective for all types of schools that serve re-engaged students.

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The New York City Department of Education is committed to working collaboratively with parents, educators, school communities, and external stakeholders to improve student achievement and ensure that every child graduates from high school prepared for college, a career, and a future as a productive, critically thinking adult.


The mission of the NYC DOE Office of Postsecondary Readiness (OPSR) is to research, develop, and implement innovative school and program models that help students graduate ready for college and careers.




Multiple Pathways Institute

New York City Department of Education

Office of Postsecondary Readiness

52 Chambers Street, Room 309

New York, NY 10007

Tel. 212-374-6736


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