The Leaders in Education Apprenticeship Program is a competency-based graduate program, run in partnership with Bank Street College, that prepares teachers to become DOE principals.
Explore new strategies and resources to breathe fresh life into New York’s immigration history.
Join us for a full day of learning at the iZone/ilearnNYC Innovation Institute II event. Workshops include Ins and Outs of Google Classroom, Gamified Assessments, Microsoft 365, Teams and One Note, SEL in Classroom, Tech Tools to Engage ELL Students, Girls can Code, and more.
The Wallace Leadership Fellows Program Open House is designed for teachers who are pursuing an NYCDOE Assistant Principal within one to three years. The DOE is hosting a Wallace Open House for interested teachers.
Visit the original headquarters of Henry Street Settlement, learn about groundbreaking social reforms during the Progressive Era, and spend the rest of afternoon touring the Museum at Eldridge Street in this professional learning workshop.
The 2020 CTAUN ‘War No More’ conference will include conversations between UN diplomats, peace educators, outside experts, and young people on the history and roots of conflict, as well initiatives and tools to prevent it.