Background:The Children’s Storefront has a storied history of changing lives in Harlem through education innovations. In 1966 a young poet, Ned O’Gorman, opened a one-room center for young children in a Harlem storefront on Madison Avenue – The Children’s Storefront. This grew into a preschool program that led to a tuition-free private K-8 elementary school, eventually known as Storefront Academy Harlem, that educated Harlem children until 2018. To further the educational success of children in historically underserved communities, The Children’s Storefront assisted in creating a new organization that stands on its own, Storefront Academy Charter Schools. Today, the educational philosophy developed by
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