Archives for June, 2014

Announcing our Early Childhood Ed Masters!

CITE and Concordia College are pleased to announce our partnership, offering an Early Childhood Ed Masters! (birth – grade 2).  46-credit program. 6 semesters. Only $425 per credit! Weekends. Brooklyn. Allows students who are not currently certified teachers to enter the Master’s program (career changers) Graduate with recommendations for two certifications—one in Special Education (birth-grade 2) and […]

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Jun
25

Learning Partners Program

Mary Cannone Scott teaches Grade 7 ICT at I.S. 5  in Elmhurst Queens. She is one of the teachers involved in Chancellor Farina’s Learning Partners Program Pilot this year, which will be expanded next year. Below is a first-person account of the program. Listen to our interview with Mary here! Learning Partners Program, by Mary Cannone Scott […]

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Pizza is a Vegetable

PIZZA IS A VEGETABLE by Jared Gellert Little did I know.  But the USDA has been saying pizza is a vegetable since the 1970’s because of the tomato sauce.  Never mind that tomatoes are actually fruits.  I couldn’t believe my ears as I was listening to the radio driving to a meeting.  Here’s the link.  […]

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Jun
18

Interview Amy DiMeola

We interview Amy DiMeola, the new Math/Science chairperson of North Shore Middle School! Amy is also a College of St. Rose Administration student, through CITE, finishing her internship. Listen to this interview online now, by clicking here, or download it from iTunes here. She’s done her SBL and SDL through the College of St. Rose, in […]

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Jun
16

Common Core is a Set of Curricula

REPEAT AFTER ME by Jared Gellert Both South Carolina and Oklahoma just announced that they are withdrawing from the common core standards. Repeat after me, the common core is a set of curricula.   Neither state said anything about high stakes testing.  South Carolina won’t administer the tests developed to align with the common core, […]

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Jun
11

Hometown Hero – Education

Nominate a School Leader as a Hometown Hero CSA, The Daily News and the UFT have partnered once again for the Second Annual Hometown Heroes in Education awards. The program recognizes exceptional educators and honors them for their extraordinary recent achievements in schools. Recommend a Principal, Assistant Principal or Supervisor as a Hometown Hero in […]

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Jun
11

Math Teacher Vacancy

The High School for Arts & Business has a Math Teacher Vacancy Please email resume and cover letter to the:  Assistant Principal of Math Bertalan Kis, at bkis2@schools.nyc.gov The High School for Arts & Business is located at: 105-25 Horace Harding Expressway, Corona, NY 11368 Phone – (718) 271-8383 ext. 324 Fax – (718) 271-7196 Sign […]

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Jun
09

CSA Member Back Pay

CSA Member Back Pay Listen to this post! The new teacher contract leaves us asking a lot of questions. One of the biggest is this: If an educator moved from a UFT contract to a CSA contract after November 2009, ie: if you moved from teaching, on a teacher’s contract, to an administration position, on […]

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