Archives for September, 2014

Teacher Salary Steps

NYC DOE Salary Steps and Differentials: Salary Increments Teachers can earn up to an additional $6,000 per year, by completing 30 graduate credits above your masters degree. Listen to this post! There are two types of salary increments: Salary Steps A salary step is an incremental increase in salary based on previous qualifying professional experience. Click […]

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Maureen Burke

On Sunday, September 21st, we lost a beloved member of the CITE family.  Maureen Burke worked for CITE from 1999 until 2007, and she also bequeathed us her daughter, Assistant Director Diane Burke who is vital to CITE’s operations.  Maureen was a funny, smart, no nonsense woman who helped shape the smooth workings of the […]

By John Russo | Uncategorized
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Sep
24

A School Administrator’s First Job

The College of St. Rose and CITE believe and teach certain core principles. #1 A School Administrator creates a Learning Organization. Listen to this post! School Administrator Program Structure You probably haven’t noticed, but there’s a tacit division of labor when we talk about our programs.  We know you are a working professional, and we […]

By John Russo | Administration . Alumni . Best Practices
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Sep
22

Social Emotional Learning in Administration: Bret Kearney

We recently caught up with Bret Kearney – Assistant Principal Lindenhurst High School. He graduated from the Administration Program given in partnership with CITE and the College of St. Rose. Below, he shares his thoughts on the program and what helped him succeed!  When did you start and complete the St. Rose/ CITE program? Which program […]

By John Russo | Administration . Alumni
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Sep
17

The 3 Types of People who get Pre K Certification

Who gets a Pre K certification? Mayor De Blasio has announced that the city expects to hire 8,000 certified Pre K teachers in the next few years.  Where are those teachers going to come from?  Some of them might be teachers who are already certified Pre-K teachers, but we think there will be lots of […]

By John Russo | Early Childhood
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Sep
16

Parent Teacher Night

Tonight starts the first of four scheduled parent teacher night conferences for the school year, up two from last year. Carmen Fariña, New York City schools chancellor explains why the expansion was a priority for her and offers advice on making the most of the time, including this week’s introductory session.Nick Lawrence, 8th grade social studies teacher at the East […]

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Sep
15

Ready for Pre-K

On August 19, Carmen Fariña, Chancellor of NYC Schools, spoke to a thousand prekindergarten teachers at “Getting Ready for Pre-K: An Institute for Educators.” This video is courtesy of Bank Street College

By John Russo | Early Childhood
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Sep
12

DASA WORKSHOPS ADDED

We’re adding DASA workshops on Columbus Day – Monday October 13, 2014 Veterans’ Day – Tuesday November 11, 2014 What is the DASA?  The Dignity for All Students Act New York State’s Dignity for All Students Act (The Dignity Act, “DASA”) seeks to provide the State’s public elementary and secondary school students with a safe […]

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