Blog

Jul
20

Critical race theory debate hits New York City public schools

From Chalkbeat: Maud Maron was taken aback during her son’s recent fifth grade graduation when school administrators took a moment to acknowledge that the school building sits on land once taken from Native Americans. “I was like, ‘yes, that is true,’” Maron recounted. “But, as it turns out, for the better part of human existence, […]

By John Russo | news
DETAIL
Jul
20

To keep Summer Rising running at one Bronx site, each day brings a new staffing puzzle

From Chalkbeat: In the brightly lit library at P.S. 382/M.S. 447 Creston Academy in the West Bronx, middle schoolers excitedly jostle around a camera to record interviews of each other. Across the hall, in the cafeteria, elementary school students draw self-portraits in quiet concentration. In the auditorium, hip hop thumps as rising middle schoolers on […]

By John Russo | news
DETAIL
Jul
20

Job Posting Alert: Positions Available for the 2021-2022 School Year!

Where? Bronx Academy Charter School 1349 Inwood Ave Bronx, NY 10452 Please contact: Aldrina Ashravan aashravan@bronxacademyofpromise.com https://www.bronxacademyofpromise.com/apps/jobs/ Positions Available for the 2021-2022 School Year: NYS Certification Required for all positions posted. Certified NYS School Psychologist Elementary Classroom Teacher Elementary Special Education Teacher for ICT Classroom School Secretary (experienced with ATS) 4th Grade Leave Replacement (End […]

By John Russo | Job Posting
DETAIL
Jul
13

CDC lifts mandate requiring wearing of masks in schools, NYC isn’t on board with new guidelines yet

From Chalkbeat:  Students may finally be able to trade in their masks for a thinking cap. Under new federal guidelines, vaccinated teachers and students will no longer need to wear masks inside school buildings, even though children below the age of 12 are not yet eligible to receive the vaccine. The new relaxed guidelines announced […]

By John Russo | Blog . news
DETAIL
Jul
13

‘Literacy blitz’ and other ways de Blasio plans to spend $635 million to help NYC students catch up

From Chalkbeat:  New York City will infuse public schools with $635 million for an academic recovery plan that includes a universal literacy screening through second grade, after-school help for students with disabilities, and college counseling services for all juniors and seniors, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter announced Thursday. The announcement provided […]

By John Russo | Academic . Blog . news
DETAIL
Jul
13

NYC teachers unions talks potential fall teacher shortage

It seems like there is a teacher shortage coming. This would be a great time to get your Master’s in General and Special Education on the Early Childhood or Childhood level! Our Master’s program is the most convenient, affordable, practical training around. Find out why thousands of teachers in NYC have takes courses with CITE […]

By John Russo | Blog
DETAIL
Jul
13

Are you ready for the next step in your leadership journey?

As a way to bring our community together, CITE offers seminars to student and alumni of all of our partner programs. Some of these are interactive discussions on best practices, like “Race & Justice: The Importance and Implications of Juneteenth,” “Strategies and Best Practices to Support Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,” “Resiliency for Leaders,” “Mindfulness: Meeting […]

DETAIL

Convenient

In-person, weekend courses

Affordable

Competitive pricing, no hidden fees, financial aid available.

Practical

Real-world training for your job, and the support to help you get there.

CONTACT

Email: learnmore@citeonline.com
Telephone: 877-922-2483
Address: 50 Court St, #1111, Brooklyn, NY 11201

TOP