Archives for December, 2013

Carmen Farina Chancellor announcement

Carmen Fariña Chancellor Mayor-elect Bill De Blasio will make an announcement (the Carmen Fariña Chancellor announcement?) at 11:30 AM this morning from the public school his kids attended, MS 51, which also hosted a “vent-session” against testing recently. Is this his schools Chancellor announcement? The NY Times thinks so. So do we! We profiled the leading candidates […]

By John Russo | Educational Policy
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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from CITE!

By John Russo | Uncategorized
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Alumni Success Story – Meredith Broxmeyer

Alumni Success Story – Meredith Broxmeyer, Assistant Principal, PS 191Q   We caught up with Meredith Broxmeyer, the new Assistant Principal at PS 191Q and a graduate of the Administration Program run in partnership with CITE and The College of St. Rose. Meredith graduated from Cohort 9 in our administration program. Like other admin program […]

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5 Tips for Principals

5 Tips for Principals Whether you’re in your first year or 50th (we’re looking at you, Mrs. Brennan!) here are some tips for Principals that we hear a lot! Listen, listen, listen! (not just for 1st years!) Principal Vincent Murray came to his school in the middle of the year. Many principals this year will […]

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Big Apple Teacher Excellence Awards

Big Apple Teacher Excellence Awards Citywide Call for Nominations is Open Nominate an Excellent Teacher Today! Here is the info from the NYC Schools website about the BIG APPLE TEACHER EXCELLENCE AWARDS! http://schools.nyc.gov/Offices/BigAppleAwards/default.htm Click Here to Learn More About the Nomination Process Nominations are open from now until January 17, 2014. “Great teachers change lives. […]

By John Russo | Spotlight . Uncategorized
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The Next NYC Schools Chancellor?

The Next NYC Schools Chancellor? Bill de Blasio said that the School Chancellor might be his most important pick: “I think by definition, education chancellor is one of the most crucial decisions to make, but that doesn’t mean it will be the next announcement. But it’s very much on our minds all the time. I […]

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