Archives for September, 2013

Individual Pathways Deadline

Individual Pathways to Certification Individual Pathways are a means to NYS Public School Special Ed extension that allows teachers to take courses that meet requirements (foundations, methods, etc…), piece them together, and receive the extension. CITE courses are a great way to pursue this pathway to special ed certification, but only if you are professionally […]

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Parents As Partners Week NYCDOE

This Saturday starts Parents As Partners Week Click to download the Schedule  Parents As Partners Week! Sat. Oct. 5th- Sat.Oct.12th Brooklyn, Sat. Oct. 5th Parent Academy 2013: Start the School Year Strong Long Island University,1 University Plaza, 9:00am-12:00pm Staten Island, Mon. Oct. 7th Home is Where the Art is Workshop* Staten Island Museum, 75 Stuyvesant […]

By John Russo | Uncategorized
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Counseling Students Share Feedback

Our Counseling Students Share Feedback We offer degree programs in Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling, and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Mental Health Counseling. Experience What These Teachers & Counselors Experienced Your time is precious. The last thing you want is to waste it on a negative training experience. To learn about the […]

By John Russo | Alumni . Counseling . Guidance
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JOB POSTING 4th grade Bronx

 9-23-13 Urban Elementary Charter School in the South Bronx seeks an seasoned teacher for a collaborative co-teacher in the 4th Grade.  Ideal candidate will possess Master’s of Education or equivalent experience, NYS teacher certification appropriate to grade level and 3 – 5 years in classroom. An ideal candidate will possess a strong background in literacy. Position to be filled […]

By John Russo | Uncategorized
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Ed Reform and School Choice

9-23-13 NEW DIANE RAVITCH BOOK Thoughts by Jared Gellert: There’s a new Diane Ravitch book coming out with some interesting arguments.  Her core thesis, according to her http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diane-ravitch/what-the-nyt-left-out_b_3913960.html?utm_hp_ref=@education123, is “the refutation of every claim of the privatization movement.”   The book argues that American education is actually improving with all time high test scores, high school […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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NYC Test Scores Question

A Reaction to the NY Test Scores By: Jared Gellert The test scores that came out on August 7th revealed a dramatic plunge.  The proportion of New York students who were “proficient” in English/Language Arts fell from 55.1% to 31.1%.  The percentage of students “proficient” in math fell even more, from 64.8% to 31%, according […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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Alumni Success Stories

Click on these links to see our alumni success stories! Audio interview with Amy DiMeola: We talk about the internship that turned into her current administration position, new ways of involving parents in a school community, math and science learning on the elementary and middle school level, and more!  Amy takes us through her internship, […]

By John Russo | Alumni
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Referral Policy

Earn $50 For Referring a colleague CITE students and grads can earn a $50 thank-you for each person you send us who starts a cohort program. Cohort programs include:  Master’s in Childhood General and Special Ed Master’s in School Counseling Master’s in Mental Health Counseling School Building Leader Certification Doctorate in Educational Leadership It’s that […]

By John Russo | Alumni
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