Best Practices

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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Sep
12

NYC Wants More Teachers With TESOL Experience

NYC is looking for more teachers with TESOL certification, due to problematic teacher numbers for students who are English Language Learners. It’s clear that immigrant populations face challenges in schools, navigating cultural difference, lack of opportunity, and often language barriers. In school, language often is the largest obstacle. It hurts both learning and socializing. The […]

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Sep
10

Free Calm For Teachers

  We love bringing tips (especially freebies) to you. Study after study tells us of the benefits of meditation for all levels of students (not to mention the good it does for the teacher’s lunchroom!). Please let your colleagues know about this offer, a free subscription to the Calm app for teachers. We are not […]

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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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Mar
08

Alumni Seminar – Dr. Nia Johnson

CITE Community Seminars bring together students and graduates from across CITE programs for discussions about topics in education. Our sixth seminar leader is Dr. Nia Johnson, a graduate of our Sage Colleges Doctoral Program. Dr. Johnson will take participants on a journey through, “An Investigation of Principal Practices in Developing the Leadership Capacity of Assistant Principals, to Close the Achievement […]

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Jan
18

Anticipating Teacher Pushback in Professional Development Sessions

Anticipating Teacher Pushback in Professional Development Sessions This post is adapted from a conversation with Professional Development specialist Joseph Maiello. Over the past eight years, CITE consultants have provided professional development in over 750 city schools, both in-school workshops and parent workshops, logging thousands of hours. Our team of professionals are well-versed in all aspects of […]

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