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Feb
24

Why get a Master’s in Public Administration?

Are you a professional in the non-profit, hospital, social services or government sector, looking to distinguish yourself as a leader in your organization? A Master’s in Public Administration offers students the opportunity to advance in your organization, or the skills to switch fields. Our partner program with Alfred University is an accelerated program with weekend […]

By John Russo | Blog . Counseling . Mental Health
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Feb
24

26% more LI educators filed for retirement in 2020, data shows

Retirement applications from Long Island public school teachers, principals and other educators spiked last year, data shows, reflecting the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on education and possibly worsening a teacher shortage. For those entering the education workforce, this means there is going to be a good opportunity to find and keep a job as a teacher. […]

By John Russo | Blog . masters program . New Teacher . pre k . TESOL
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Feb
24

NY education officials propose removing Regents exams from graduation requirements

Chalkbeat has this story about changes to testing: “The decision comes after the Biden administration said testing will be required this year, but that schools wouldn’t be held accountable for scores. New York high school students may not need Regents exams this year to earn a diploma, state education officials announced Tuesday. State officials plan […]

By John Russo | Blog
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Feb
23

A (remote) day in the life of NYC third graders

Chalkbeat has an interesting look at a day in the life of a 3rd grader in NYC. “Nearly a year after the pandemic changed learning for the city’s roughly 960,000 public school students, Chalkbeat took a look at a day in the lives of 8- and 9-year-olds from all five boroughs to compare how they are […]

By John Russo | Blog
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Feb
23

New CDC guidance: Vaccinate teachers, but don’t wait to open schools

“Highly anticipated new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says schools don’t need to wait for staff to be vaccinated to reopen. Students should return full-time where spread is low or moderate, and with regular testing, the CDC says schools can open for some in-person instruction even when community spread is high. Masks and […]

By John Russo | Blog
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Feb
11

What returning to school full-time might look like…

“As de Blasio eyes return of full-time school next year, he also leaves the door open to remote learning.” Of all the reasons to hope for a quick vaccine rollout to beat back the coronavirus, parents can add this to the list: the return to full-time school. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio hopes […]

By John Russo | Blog
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Feb
11

NYC’s middle school students and returning to school.

New York City’s middle school students will return to their campuses on Feb. 25, education department officials told principals on Monday. Middle school teachers will return the day before to ready their classrooms, and they will be prioritized to receive coronavirus vaccinations during the mid-winter recess, from Feb. 12 – 21, according to education department […]

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Feb
03

JOB POSTING – Executive Director of ELA

JOB POSTING – Executive Director of ELA Job Posting Company: Yonkers Public Schools (https://www.yonkerspublicschools.org/) ATTENTION: ALL INTERESTED CANDIDATES CERTIFIED IN SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION (Must possess SDA/SDL certification and content area certification is preferred) IMMEDIATE VACANCY (POSITION WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON FUNDING) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (ELA)/TITLE 1 – PRE-K-12 Job Description: Position Summary: […]

By John Russo | Administration . Blog
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