1. 7/11/2014

    Department Partners with Bank Street for Summer Pre-K Teacher Institute

    Bank Street College of Education Leads Training Sessions to Prepare Teachers and Assistant Teachers for High Quality Pre-K

  2. 7/8/2014

    Department Announces New Criteria for School Superintendents

    Change Requires Additional Experience for Superintendents. New Grant Provides Training for Expanded Professional Development and Instructional Practice to Support Principals

  3. 7/7/2014

    City Schools and UFT Announce 2014-2015 PROSE Schools

    62 Schools Selected as Part of the New Progressive Redesign Opportunity Schools for Excellence Program (PROSE)

  4. 6/27/2014

    City Announces Changes to The 2013-2014 Blue Book

    New Blue Book Reflects Improvements Recommended by City Agencies, Public and Charter Schools, Advocacy Organizations, and Community Councils

  5. 6/27/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Technology-Focused Summer Professional Development Opportunities for Teachers

    Teachers of all grade levels may apply for these classes, with priority given to the most qualified middle school candidates. The deadline to apply is July 1.

  6. 6/25/2014

    City Promotes Free Annual Summer Meals Program with NBA and Share Our Strength

    From June 27 to August 29, Nearly 1,000 Parks, Schools, Libraries and Other Sites Across the City Will Provide Free Summer Meals to Children 18-years-old and Younger

  7. 6/19/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Announces Winners of the 2014 Big Apple Teacher Awards

    Students, Families, Colleagues, and Community Members Submitted Over 3,000 Nominations. Twelve Winners Will Receive Classroom Grants and Serve as “Big Apple Fellow” During the 2014-15 School Year

  8. 6/16/2014

    Chancellor Fariña Celebrates Learning Partners Program Pilot, Announces Expansion for Next Year

    72 Schools to Join the Learning Partners Program in September

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