Date of Award
Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
This study examines a school-museum partnership between, a public school in Lower Manhattan, and a historical society located in New York City. Utilizing the theoretical framework of Activity Theory and the concept of Boundary Crossing, this research examines the school-museum partnership between P.S. 1994 and the historical society. The partnership between these two institutions has existed for the past six years, which situates it as an example of a long-term, successful collaboration between two organizations. In pursuit of understanding the establishment and implementation of this school-museum partnership, data was collected, examined and analyzed. This case study seeks to identify specific elements that have sustained this partnership over the years.
Goldman, K. (2018). Boundary Crossing: An Examination of the Cooperative Efforts Between a School and Museum. New York : Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/independent-studies/212