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Jul
07

Why Earn TESOL Certification?

Why TESOL? If you’re an educator, consider obtaining your Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certification. This certification will make you a more versatile teacher, and a more marketable applicant for jobs in NYC. CITE and The College of Mount St. Vincent are offering two options:  TESOL Courses for the Individual Pathways Certification […]

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Jul
07

Challenging Inequality in the Classroom

Inequality in Schools by Andrew Henry It’s interesting to see which schools never had computer classes, which schools never had new books, what equipment the science teachers and gym teachers had, the differences in after-school programs from school to school. There are many variations of inequality within the school system and many of them relate […]

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Jul
06

COVID and Back to School

Back to School, Exploring the New Normal by Andrew Henry There’s no telling what the upcoming school year will look like; there are so many different updates surrounding this topic. Teachers might be in a classroom with 10 kids max, teaching in cafeterias instead of classrooms for social distancing or doing it all virtually. We […]

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Jun
29

Pride Month Resources for Educators

by Andrew Henry June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, during which we commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riot in New York City. This riot sprang up in response to the police brutality towards and harassment of the LGBTQ+ community in America. The Stonewall riot was the spark for a movement against injustice for the LGBTQ+ community. This […]

By John Russo | Blog
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Jun
22

Indoor Activities for Kids and Parents During Quarantine

With quarantine and social distancing continuing, it’s important to be conscious of the toll this takes on our mental health and physical well being. This is true for parents and children alike. Physical activity is paramount in addressing this and finding ways to engage ourselves and our children. The obvious obstacle is, how do we […]

By John Russo | Blog . Mental Health
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Jun
18

How Should Schools Talk About Race?

Race and Education by Andrew Henry Now more than ever is the time where we need to pay attention to the needs of every student. Between the events surrounding the coronavirus, police brutality and racism in America, students need to be able to feel understood and heard, especially black students in particular. How should schools […]

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Jun
02

Children’s Mental Health in the Age of Covid

There are a variety of different outlets to choose from when it comes to occupying your time as an adult during this pandemic. We can also find a plethora of articles to choose from when it comes to tips on our mental health. But during this time, we need to remember to make kids’ mental […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Zenzile DaBreo

Alumni Spotlight: Zenzile DaBreo, The College of St. Rose Zenzile DaBreo has been busy. She’s been a star kindergarten teacher, where she received the UFT Abe Levine Award last year, as well as being featured in an ABC News segment detailing how teachers are working with remote learning. All the while being a model student at the […]

By John Russo | Administration . Alumni
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