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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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Oct
15

New Teacher Contract 2018

Chalkbeat is reporting details on a new contract deal for NYC Teachers here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/posts/ny/2018/10/12/new-york-city-teacher-salary-scale-2019-2022/ From Chalkbeat:  The 2019-2022 contract, announced four months before the current one is due to expire, includes annual raises of 2, 2.5, and 3 percent. Teachers have criticized the increases as insufficient to keep up with rising living costs. The Chalkbeat article […]

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Oct
28

Let us Pay for your GRE or MAT

The State now requires the GRE or MAT for entry into all teacher education programs. We know that this is a hassle, and an expense. To make things easier for you, CITE will cover the $205 cost of the GRE (or the cost of the MAT) if you are accepted and start the College of Mount […]

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Apr
05

Who Needs the DASA Workshop?

Who has to get trained? DASA Workshop training is required for ANYONE applying for any school certification.  This includes anyone applying for Guidance, Teacher, Administration, PPS, School Psychologist, etc…  [button link=”http://www.citeeducation-strose.com/login-and-reserve-courses/”]Register Here[/button] We can help! We’re offering the 6-hour course in two convenient options! Cost: $95 Schedule: You can attend EITHER a 6 hour workshop on the […]

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Apr
04

Teach for America Layoffs

Teach for America is laying off 15% of their staff, following cuts last year as well. They are spinning this as shifting from a centralized model to a more regional model, but that’s just “PR nonsense.” The core reason is simply that their recruitment looks down for a third straight year and their fundraising is […]

By Jared Gellert | New Teacher . news
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Feb
24

ALST Writing Practice

You might make a great teacher. But. You can’t become a licensed teacher if you can’t pass the teacher exams, including the ALST.  Most people find that the hardest part of the test is the writing aspect.  Therefore, we have instituted tutoring programs to help with the writing part of the test.  We believe that […]

By Jared Gellert | New Teacher
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Feb
09

Are Introverted Teachers Burning Out?

The Atlantic published an a story about introverted teachers burning out.  The premise of the story is that introverted teachers are burning out because  the rise of collaborative teaching approaches such as professional learning communities means more meetings.  The story is long on anecdote and short on even any good correlation.  There’s a lot of […]

By Jared Gellert | New Teacher . news
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Jan
11

Ernest Logan says De Blasio has lost focus on students

From the NY Times  So many different mandates have been thrown at these schools, he writes, that “all we have is a recipe for disaster.” “This became a political mess, because the mayor made this his political thing.” He added, “They’ve lost their focus on kids.” In their efforts to turn schools around and evaluate […]

By Jared Gellert | Administration . New Teacher
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