Total Search Results for "{{searchedParams.q}}" : {{searchedData.data.hits.total}}
{{items.content_type}}

Ready to make a difference in today's classrooms? Earn the credentials to start or advance your teaching career, on a schedule that works for you.

Apply Now

Ready to apply?
Fill out the application or learn more about the admissions process.

Next Open House

See all Open Houses
Quick Links

Course Schedules
Non-Matriculated Online Students
Announcements

Upcoming Events
Sep 16

Autism Seminar

SPED 565 MA, Autism Seminar with Prof. Leslie Levy

Sep 17

Autism Seminar

Autism Seminar (SPED 565 QA) - Prof. Jennifer Johnson

Confirmation of participation will not be finalized until the registration process is completed, which includes but is not limited to, meeting all financial obligations. 

Transcripts will reflect participation within 5 to 7 business days once the above criteria is met and clearance is received from Bursar and Registrar.

Sep 20

Family Engagement: Authentic Partnerships for Increasing Academic Achievement

The Equity Assistance Center (EAC) Region II is sponsoring a work-shop for NYC public school teachers, parents, and student teachers on family engagement. Mary Cowhey, author of Black Ants and Buddhists: Thinking Critically and Teaching Differently in the Primary Grades and co-founder of Families with Power/Familias con Poder will lead the workshop. She will discuss the benefits, successes and challenges of engaging families and communities in meaningful ways. She will also describe the popular education approach used by Families with Power/Familias con Poder to build authentic com-munity partnerships and develop grassroots leadership among par-ents and guardians.