Author: John Russo

Jul
03

Alfred University Graduation – 2019

2019 Alfred University Downstate graduation!

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Jun
27

Principals Union Pushes Back on Cuts

Read the full story at Chalkbeat. At 71 of New York’s most disenfranchised schools, an extra hour in the school day means a lot. This translates to support to students who are struggling, help reinforce community building and even help students avoid gang violence. At least that was the idea before budget cuts plan to […]

By John Russo | news
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Jun
25

Dr. Jennifer Shirley-Brown – Alumni Spotlight

She is a recent graduate of the Sage Colleges of Albany where she obtained a doctorate in Educational Leadership.

By John Russo | Alumni . doctorate . Spotlight . Uncategorized
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Jun
20

Job Posting – AP Brooklyn and Social Studies Teacher Bronx

Marjorie Jackson, Assistant Principal P.S. 244 in Brooklyn, NY is looking for a very strong Assistant Principal to work in an elementary school, please forward resumes to: MJackso17@schools.nyc.gov  _______________________________________ IN-Tech Academy is seeking social studies teachers for the upcoming school year; dual licensed with special education is a plus. This is a high performing 6-12 public school in […]

By John Russo | Job Posting
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Jun
07

What to do About the School Counselor Hiring Freeze

Is there a school counselor hiring freeze? How do I navigate that? The hiring freeze is a tricky thing to navigate, since it’s on and off and sometimes depends on the budget allocation of particular schools. Luckily, there are some things you can do to position yourself for success. Earn your Master’s in School Counseling. […]

By John Russo | Best Practices . Counseling . Job Posting
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May
24

Resource Fair 2019

During our Panel Discussion, moderated by Chalkbeat reporter Alex Zimmerman, we explored mental health in education from a variety of viewpoints.

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May
16

Report Finds Link Behind Principal Pipeline and School Success

The Wallace Foundation and The Rand Corporation funded a study to determine the value of having a ‘principal pipeline,’ and how that kind of structure and support for creating principals could perhaps improve a struggling district. Their findings are thought provoking. The thesis is not new: principals are the backbone of a successful school. It’s […]

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May
08

Job Opening – Counseling – May 2019

The Interborough agency is currently hiring bilingual and monolingual therapists for full and part time positions.

By John Russo | Alumni . Counseling . Job Posting . Mental Health
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