Update for SDL Certification Requirements:

NYSED Update re SDL and SDBL Cert 2.1



College of St. Rose/CITE Attendance Policy for Face to Face and Remote Learning Environments:

Overall, as prospective leaders of our nation’s schools, are be expected to exhibit the social emotional skills, knowledge, and dispositions of a leader from the first day of your first class.  Effective leaders need to be “present” at all times in class whether in-person or remotely.  To be “present,” one is to be acutely attuned to yourself, others, your environment, and the tasks at hand. This requires one to be physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually focused at all times.

Our courses are rigorous, fast-paced, and cohort-based.  Missing one class is akin to missing 20% of a course.  While one may be able to do the readings, you will not be able to replicate the dialogue and team learning.

To read the attendance policy, please click here: CSR / CITE Attendance Policy Effective 1.1.23


SBL Assessment Update

At the March meeting, the Board of Regents adopted a regulatory amendment to create a safety net for the two-part School Building Leader (SBL) Assessment. For the safety net, candidates may take Part One of either the Revised (Sept. 2013) SBL Assessment or Revised (May 2019) SBL Assessment and may take Part Two of either the Revised (Sept. 2013) SBL Assessment or Revised (May 2019) SBL Assessment, until August 31, 2024. The August 31, 2024 date is two years after September 1, 2022, the date by which all SBL programs must be aligned with the PSELs.


Click to Sign up for SDL Courses and Seminars / Test Prep  


Program Codes: SBL is 28938 and SDL is 28939



All Internship Proposals should be sent to:


*Any proposals sent to Albany will not be accepted.



Here is the Internship Proposal Checklist:




Please click through our SBL Certification Steps slides (click the arrows to move through the slides)

Click here for the downloadable version of the SBL certification steps.



Teacher Ed Graduate Courses

Schedule: www.citecourses.com
Questions: 516-221-2936
Email: Brian@citeprograms.com




Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

If you have a physical, psychological, medical or learning disability that may affect your ability to carry out assigned class work, please contact, CITE as soon as possible. They, in consultation with the Director of Services for Students with Disabilities on campus, will review your concerns and determine what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. All information and documentation of your disability is confidential.