New York Times | March 26, 2020
She’s 10, Homeless and Eager to Learn. But She Has No Internet.
Thousands of students living in shelters and doubled up in overcrowded apartments have not received web-enabled devices for online learning. Add to that the complication of adapting traditional lesson plans to be taught online, and the city has been faced with an enormous and unprecedented undertaking.
Recreating a classroom on the internet is a logistical challenge that comes with a learning curve for students, teachers and parents.
And it is already leaving poor and vulnerable students behind — especially the estimated 114,000 children who live in shelters and unstable housing.Read More
City & State | November 10, 2019
The 2019 Nonprofit Power 100
City & State recognized this year’s top 100 figures making a difference for the most vulnerable New Yorkers. Win President and CEO Christine Quinn was…
Crain's New York | November 01, 2019
Op-Ed: It’s time to value women’s work
Win President and CEO Christine Quinn and Jessica Katz, executive director of the Citizens Housing & Planning Council, examine the gender pay gap in NYC and…
CBS New York | October 28, 2019
Report Shows 1 In 10 New York City Students Was Homeless Last School Year
An eye-opening new report shows at least 1 in 10 New York City students was homeless last school year, enough students to fill the seats…
PIX11: Monica Makes it Happen | October 24, 2019
Christine Quinn on Monica Morales for PIX11
Win President and CEO Christine Quinn sat down with Alina Moran, CEO of NYC Health + Hospitals and Monica Morales to talk about the state of…
Gothamist | September 25, 2019
Disputed Study Says Homeless Shelters Negatively Impact Manhattan Home Values
In a study released Wednesday, the Independent Budget Office concluded that condos and one to three-family homes in Manhattan within roughly a block or two of an…
Patch | September 25, 2019
Do Homeless Shelters Hurt Property Value? NYC Study Sparks Debate
NEW YORK — City officials and advocates lobbed questions and criticism at a new study suggesting New Yorkers may be right to worry about homeless…