Archives for May, 2016

May
24

Congrats to our Doctoral Program Graduates

We would like to congratulate all of our graduates who received their doctoral degree at The Sage Colleges Graduation on May 14, 2016 in Troy, NY, from the Esteves School of Education. Educational Leadership Doctoral Graduates Hooding the graduates were the Sage professors:  Dr. Daniel Alemu, Dr. Francesca Durand, Dr.Deborah Shea and Dr. Marlene Zakierski. Pictured:  Michelle […]

By John Russo | Alumni . doctorate . program details . Spotlight
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May
23

Dissertation Completion – Instructor Spotlight

A new book : “Dissertation Completion Guide: A Chapter-by-Chapter Nontechnical Guide for Graduate Research Projects” has just been released this month. The Author, Dr. Daniel S. Alemu, teaches research methods courses at The Sage Colleges’ doctor of education program where he is also the director of doctoral research. Dr. Alemu received his PhD from Illinois […]

By John Russo | doctorate . news . Spotlight
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May
19

JOB – Educational Director

The East Harlem Block Nursery has asked us to post a job opening for them. Please direct all inquiries their way.  POSITION: Educational  Director (Job  Description  follows) LOCATION:   East Harlem Block Nursery (EHBN – Nursery  #3)  – 1299  Amsterdam  Avenue START  DATE:   Immediately SALARY  RANGE: $55,000  to  $60,000  (negotiable) Position  Summary:  EHBN, Inc. is a community-based […]

By John Russo | Administration . Job Posting
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May
11

Police Outreach in Schools

The Daily News has this post about a program starting next week (Tuesday 5/17) which will see NYPD officers visiting schools in an effort to strengthen community and police relations.  The NYPD officers will read to students, and will share their experiences. Mayor DeBlasio says “Building meaningful community relationships from an early age is critical to ensure that […]

By John Russo | news
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May
09

The Teacher Shortage is Coming

We just saw an article that had two interesting pieces of information about an impending teacher shortage.   The first really interesting piece of information is that in a four year period, people enrolled in teacher education majors went from 79,000 to 42,000 in New York State.  That’s an enormous decline.  It wouldn’t matter so much […]

By Jared Gellert | news
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May
04

NJ Standardized Test Problems

Adding to our post from the other day about Alaska’s test troubles, we now have this story from New Jersey where students were left staring at blank screens instead of taking the standardized test. New Jersey blamed Pearson, Pearson deferred questions to the PARCC consortium which Pearson formed but is a group of states who […]

By Jared Gellert | news
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May
03

Can Emotional Intelligence count towards Graduation?

There’s a debate about a move towards an alternative to the full regents requirement to graduate high school.  This movement substitutes a work readiness credential in place of one, but only one,  of the five regents a student is required to pass to get a HS diploma.  The credential can be satisfied by a multiple […]

By Jared Gellert | Educational Policy . news
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May
02

Test Prep in a Renewal School

WNYC has a nice audio piece on test prep done right, in a renewal school. The renewal school seems to understand that testing results are a function of how well they teach all year long.  They are using, though they don’t use this term, “formative” assessments to understand where they are weak and then giving […]

By Jared Gellert | news
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