UrbanPlan Schools and Teachers

UrbanPlan aligns with state educational content standards. All teachers on the curriculum development team teach in traditional classrooms in traditional public schools.

UrbanPlan Schools and Teachers

ULI New York’s UrbanPlan Schools

We are currently volunteering with students from the following NYC high schools:

  • Brooklyn Technical High School
  • St. Raymond High School for Boys
  • Urban Assembly School for Design & Construction

Since the program’s New York City debut in 2003, UrbanPlan has reached over 4,800 students at 9 schools, including: Brooklyn Technical High School, Murry Bergtraum High School, St. Raymond High School for Boys, Stuyvesant High School, Boerum Hill School for International Studies, The Bronx High School of Science, Poly Prep Country Day School, High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology, and Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction.

The New York District Council is grateful for the support of the dedicated teachers and school administrators.

Is UrbanPlan right for you and your students?

Every teacher teaching UrbanPlan has asked the same questions you are probably asking yourself now:

  • Can my students perform optimally on their standardized and/or AP tests if I incorporate UrbanPlan in my curriculum?
  • Will the value of the student takeaway be commensurate with the 15 class hours the program requires?
  • I teach 3 to 5 classes a day. I have no time to recruit or manage volunteers and no budget for any materials. Can a real teacher in a real school do this?

These teachers, including those in some of the country’s most demanding high schools have answered “Yes.” Additionally, over 98% of all teachers who introduce UrbanPlan in their curriculum continue teaching the program. Since its introduction in spring 2002 through spring 2011, UrbanPlan has reached over 20,000 students in 14 states.

UrbanPlan Revised Curriculum

UrbanPlan Revised Curriculum – Teacher Training Webinar
This video is for trained UrbanPlan high school teachers, District Council Chairs and UrbanPlan staff who work with teachers, classroom materials, teacher and volunteer schedules.  Teachers will learn all content and format modifications that affect pedagogy and student outcomes.