Archives for September, 2016

Sep
29

Universal Pre K Gains

Recently, the city hired an outside firm to evaluate its Pre-K gains, and  this article in Chalkbeat details some takeaways. It does not list how the firm did its assessments of the kids, but notes that it was done in conjunction with NYU.  The report has a series of interesting findings: 70% of the children were at or […]

By John Russo | Early Childhood
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Sep
26

Principal Turns Boys and Girls HS Around

The NY Daily News has an article about how Grecian Harrison, the new Principal at Boys and Girls High School in Brooklyn has increased enrollment in her first year at the struggling school. Principal Harrison is a graduate of the College of St. Rose Program in partnership with CITE, where she earned her School Building […]

By John Russo | Administration . Alumni
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Sep
15

6 Challenges for a New Assistant Principal

6 Challenges  for a New Assistant Principal, by Michael Duggan, Assistant Principal of Bronxdale High School. One year ago I began my internship as the interim assistant principal for Bronxdale High School.  As a lead teacher in the school I thought my transition into a leadership position would come easily.  My principal, although very supportive, […]

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Sep
12

Crisis Intervention and Disaster Response

Dr. Jay Cerio, Dean at Alfred University, instructs the second-year Alfred downstate graduate counseling students on crisis intervention and disaster response this past Sunday morning, on opening weekend for classes in Brooklyn – timely topics on the 15th anniversary of 9-11. For more information on our  counseling programs, please see these links:  School Counseling Master’s […]

By John Russo | Counseling
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