Archives for October, 2015

Oct
29

Education News 10-29-15

Education News Update – October 29, 2015 By Danielle Bonnici So, About Those Tests…. The Washington Post reports that for the first time since the federal government began mathematics exams in 1990, test scores have declined. Reading scores were also worrisome —  scores either dropped dramatically, or remained the same. Achievement Gap The tests once again […]

By Danielle Bonnici | news
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Oct
28

School Administration – Improvement Matters

LEADERSHIP MATTERS: A MODEL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION The NY Times has an absolutely fabulous article on PS 172,  a school in the city that works fabulously well.  The principal, Jack Spatola, has been the principal there since 1984 and his AP has been there for more than twenty years.  School administration continuity matters.  He also has […]

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Oct
20

School Building Leader Alumni Success – Akapnitis

We recently spoke with Andrew Akapnitis, the new Assistant Principal at Kings Park High School. Andrew graduated from Cohort 41 in the College of St. Rose / CITE School Building Leader (SBL) Program. We’re happy for Andrew’s success! Below, he shares his thoughts on navigating the job market, shaping school culture, and maintaining motivation. Tell us about your experience […]

By John Russo | Alumni
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Oct
06

New District Structures

Chalkbeat has a wonderful post about city council members asking the Department of Education how the new system of local superintendents and 7 Regional Support Organizations was going to work.  The DOE people kept saying everyone was going to get along just fine. I caught myself talking to my computer more than once, saying “yeah, […]

By Jared Gellert | Administration . Educational Policy . news
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Oct
05

Job Opening – Central Islip – Administration

JOB OPENING – The Central Islip Board of Education is seeking administrative candidates for the following position: Assistant Principal, Middle School In order to qualify for the position, candidates should meet the following criteria: Professional Preparation: Appropriate Administrative certification. Educational background and awareness of contemporary administrative issues. Professional Experience At least five years teaching experience. […]

By John Russo | Administration . Job Posting
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Oct
05

Alumni Success – Donna Wright-Bauer

Donna Wright-Bauer is the new Assistant Principal at PS236/173, and a graduate of cohort 36 in the College of St. Rose / CITE School Building Leader Program.   What made you choose to pursue your SBL? I had accepted a position at Bronx Charter School for the Arts as a Special Ed Coordinator and later became the […]

By John Russo | Administration . Alumni
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Oct
03

10-2-15 The Week in Education News

Your Week in Education News, By Danielle Bonnici Virtual Vacations Many of us have taught books or time periods and wished we could take the students on a field trip.  One year I was teaching the Romantic poets, and all I wanted to do was take the kids to Rome to see where Keats lived by […]

By Danielle Bonnici | news
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Oct
01

Job Posting – Automotive High School

Job Posting – School Name: Automotive High School District: 14 School Site: 50 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222 Send Cover Letter, Resume to: Mary Kenny at MKenny2@schools.nyc.gov POSITIONS Subject to sufficient budget, positions in the school may include, but are not limited to, the following titles: English Earth Science English to Speakers of Other Languages Special […]

By John Russo | Job Posting
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