Featured Student Publication
From the Inside Out: Letters to Young Men and Other Writings
This anthology of creative writing, introduced with a foreword by the poet Jimmy ...
Speak to Us of Work: Bronx Oral Histories$13.95
by Millennium Art Academy Students 2005-2006
In this intergenerational oral history collection, seniors in the Bronx share their inspiring life stories, including memories of the Civil Rights movement and the Great Depression.
Yesterday's Issues, Today's Perspectives, Tomorrow's Lessons$14.95
by Tenth Grade Students at the Academy for Young Writers 2007-08
A collection of oral history narratives that reexamine key historical events of the 20th and 21st centuries.
A "Sine" of the Times: Designing with Trigonometric Graphs$22.95
by NYC Lab Students 2007-08
Students translate mathematical equations into works of art and reflect on their identity as mathematicians.
Reading Between the Lines: Inside the Minds of Young Writers$13.95
by Ninth Grade Students at the Academy for Young Writers 2007-08
Students reflect on the concept of "learning" through poems and profile-writing.
Killing the Sky: Oral Histories from Horizon Academy, Rikers Island: Volume 2$14.95
by Horizon Academy Students 2005-06
Student-inmates of Rikers Island's high school, Horizon Academy, use the methodology of oral history to capture and reflect upon their life stories of personal struggle.
Inter-View: Using Artifacts to Explore Our Mentors and Ourselves$11.95
by Ninth Grade Students at the Math and Science Academy 2008-09
Treasured artifacts serve as a lens for the collecting and telling of personal histories.
I Know I'm Not Me$14.95
by Students at the Harvey Milk High School in partnership with the MothSHOP Community Program 2008-09
LGBTQ students at NYC's Harvey Milk High School transform lyrical spoken-word pieces into compelling narratives about gender identity.
For Every Voice, A Different Truth: An Advisory Handbook by Tenth Grade Students at the Institute for Media and Writing at the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex$14.95
by Tenth Grade Students at the Institute for Media and Writing 2006-07
An advisory handbook written by high school students for students, exploring issues ranging from discrimination, drugs, and peer pressure to relationships and choosing the right college.
Curriculum Guide: This is Where I Need to Be: Oral Histories of Muslim Youth in NYC$7.5
by Sandhya Nankani
Companion lesson plans, reproducible, resources and more for a collection of oral histories by and about Muslim youth in post 9/11 New York City.
Coring the Apple: The Best of New York$11.95
by Eighth Grade Students at NYC Lab School 2001-02
A Zagats-inspired guide to the "Best-Of" New York City, by eighth grade cultural critics.
From the Inside Out: Letters to Young Men and Other Writings$20.0
by Students of creative writing class at MCF-Stillwater
This anthology of creative writing, introduced with a foreword by the poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, is a collection by incarcerated writers, many of whom are serving life sentences.
Arriving Where We Started: Lab Almanac$15.95
by Eighth Grade Students at NYC Lab School 2007-08
A seasonal survival guide for teenagers in urban environments, written by 8th grade students for students.
Smoke Signals: Oral Histories From Long Creek$11.95
by Long Creek Youth Development Center Students 2006-07
A compelling collection of oral histories of residents at the Long Creek Youth Detention Center in South Portland, Maine.
Writers Unblocked: Profiles from the Academy for Young Writers$14.95
by Ninth Grade Students at the Academy for Young Writers 2006-07
Students profile professional writers in the world around them and reflect on their own identity as writers.
Turning the (Periodic) Table: Chemistry Regents Review Raps$15.95
by NYC Lab School Students 2007-08
Test prep takes on new meaning in this collection of rap songs (with CD) created by 10th grade students preparing for the Chemistry Regents exams.
This is Where I Need to Be: Oral Histories of Muslim Youth in NYC$12.95
by Student Oral Historians from the Muslim Youth Project 2008
A groundbreaking collection of oral history narratives from the lives of post 9/11 Muslim youth in New York City.
Take a Position, Create A Vision: Persuasive Speeches and Campaign Posters$27.0
by Eleventh Grade Students at Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School, 2008-09
Political posters and persuasive speeches inspired by the 2008 presidential election campaign.
Nubes a Mi Alrededor: Oral Histories from Horizon Academy Rikers Island$14.95
by Horizon Academy Students 2007-08
In this bilingual sister publication to the Killing the Sky Rikers Island series, seven inmate students share their oral histories in their native Spanish and their second language, English.
Project Notes: Conducting Oral History in the Secondary Classroom$12.95
by Kerry McKibbin
A curriculum guide to help teachers create a classroom-based oral history curriculum and publishing program.
Confessions of an Ex-Freshman: A Survival Guide for Freshmen by Sophomores Who Made It Through$14.95
by Tenth Grade Students at the Institute for Media and Writing 2008-09
Tips on surviving high school, from sophomores to future freshmen.