TechRow Fund builds the capacity of under-served schools to leverage the technology that drives immersive learning environments.
We started our mission in Harlem, NY with a focus on transforming the traditional classroom for the future. That work started with incorporating virtual reality technology to increase student engagement in the classroom, empowering teachers with the capacity to own new technology, but more importantly, providing disconnected communities with an opportunity to realize their potential. TechRow Fund programs have grown to and can now be found in Brooklyn and the Bronx.
The majority of TechRow Fund’s program are serving the most under-served communities in New York City.
The Bronx, Harlem and East Brooklyn districts
more than one in five students experienced homelessness.
Represents one of the three school districts that saw student homelessness increase by more than 15% since the 2015–16 school year.
The child poverty rate in Brownsville is 54 %, far above the city’s child poverty rate of 30 %. lesss than 37 % of high school students in Brownsville graduated on time in June 2015, compared to 67 % citywide.
of TechRow Fund students qualify for free and reduced lunch.
Four Pillars of Education Programming
teachers have been trained on leveraging new technology in the classroom.
95 middle school students
enrolled in our virtual reality makers class.
and parents reached with our education programs.
in New York City have a TechRow Program,
technology education programs run by TechRow serving grades K-12.
Travis Feldler – Founder and CEO
Kathleen Davis – Director
Brette Grise – Program Manager
Femi Lewis – Curriculum Design Manager
Korell Pierson – Curriculum Design Lead
Tyler Whitworth – VR Training Lead
Torrie Raish – Instructional Designer
Monica Chan – Instructional Designer