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Graduate School

Navigating Danielson and APR; Can Teacher Development and High-Stakes Evaluation Co-Exist?

Posted by Mihaela Schwartz on March 04, 2014

From protecting teachers to leveraging the Danielson Framework for school change, how are the NYC leaders navigating the new evaluation system in their schools?On February 26th, the Bank Street community engaged in the first Weismann Dinner for 2014. Once again, the selected panel of distinguished educators did not disappoint and ...

tagged: change, danielson, dinner, educational, framework, leadership, weismann
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Liberty LEADS

Assemblyman Walter Mosley visits Liberty LEADS

Posted by Ana Lisa Tiburcio on January 06, 2014

Assemblyman Walter Mosely with Liberty LEADS students. Liberty LEADS was honored to have Assemblyman Walter Mosley, representative of the 57th district of New York, visit our program on December 10th, 2013. Mosley is a champion of issues such as education, immigration, and non-discriminatory policies—issues our students and their families face ...

tagged: education, immigration, walter mosley
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Graduate School

Bank Street Faculty Launch Math for All

Posted by Nick Gray on April 23, 2013

Bank Street math faculty launch Math for All: Video Case-based Professional Development Kits for Teacher Development On Monday, April 22, Bank Street College of Education and Corwin Press launched Math for All at an event celebrating the product at the College. Math for All helps teachers implement standards-based math lessons ...

tagged: inclusion, math, special education, stem
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Financial Aid

Graduate School Establishes Peter Greeman Scholarship Program

Posted by Nick Gray on March 12, 2013

Peter Greeman Bank Street is pleased to announce that our Graduate School has been selected by Community Teachers Initiative (CTI) to establish a Peter Greeman Scholarship program. The scholarship will be granted to an incoming graduate student who commits to teaching upon graduation in a New York City public school ...

tagged: equity, financial aid, literacy, scholarship, urban education
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Bank Street Around the World: International Education

Posted by Nick Gray on December 04, 2012

On November 29, Bank Street College held a panel discussion, Opportunities in International Education, to bring together the different experiences of Bank Street staff and alumni to inform current students and educators who are thinking of working or traveling abroad.Dr. David Penberg (’84)—whose teaching and leadership experience has brought him ...

tagged: continuing education, cps, international
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Graduate School

DiMenna Children’s Museum Showcases a Bank Street Approach

Posted by Nick Gray on October 24, 2012

Nearly fifty Bank Street alumni, current students, and faculty members gathered at the New York Historical Society’s DiMenna Children's History Museum on October 19 for an educators’ talk commemorating the museum’s first anniversary. A museum-within-a-museum that occupies the New-York Historical Society's entire lower level, DiMenna includes character-based pavilions, a children's ...

tagged: alumni, bscaa, museum education
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General Bank Street News

Fern Khan, Educator & Advocate, Retires

Posted by Farhad Asghar on June 27, 2012

On June 21, the Bank Street College community gathered to mark the close of Fern Khan’s remarkable tenure at Bank Street College. Over the years, Fern has been a School for Children parent, a parent trustee, a statutory trustee, Dean of the Division of Continuing Education for 22 years, and ...

tagged: advocacy, continuing education, fern khan, liberty leads, policy, social justice
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Graduate School

'Math for All': Now Every Student Can Learn

Posted by Elisabeth Jakab on June 01, 2012

Math for All is a ground-breaking multimedia professional development math program that utilizes collaboration between special education and general education teachers to provide high quality, standards-based math instruction for grades K - 5 to all students, including ESL students, those with disabilities, and others with different learning styles. Meeting the ...

tagged: inclusive, learning resources, math, publications, special education
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General Bank Street News

‘Funny Food’: Kids, Please DO Play with Your Food

Posted by Nick Gray on April 06, 2012

A little man with tomato ears standing on toast legs looks up at you through yellow egg yolk eyes, while a strawberry-winged blackberry butterfly shows off its luminous colors. What to do but eat them? These fanciful critters are the breakfast creations of Bill Wurtzel, who, for over fifty years, ...

tagged: bank street bookstore, book launch, claire wurtzel, graduate school, health, inclusion, linda levine, special education
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Graduate School

Bilingual Education and Foreign Language Instruction in Progressive Education

Posted by Dara Eisenstein on April 03, 2012

On March 29, 2012, Karina Otoya-Knapp of the Bank Street College's Graduate School of Education was invited for a second time to be a discussant at NYU’s Annual International Education Doctoral Conference: Advancing Global Education in Austere Times. In her panel discussion, panelists from across the country offered a comparative ...

tagged: bilingual education, graduate school
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General Bank Street News

Dean's Corner: Three Wishes For 2012

Posted by Bank Street on January 19, 2012

In the event that the turning of a calendar year is like an Aladdin's lamp and I am entitled to three wishes, here are three wishes for educational policy in 2012 (and no, the first one is NOT the wish for three more wishes). Wish #1 I wish that educational ...

tagged: dean's corner, educational policy, jon snyder
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General Bank Street News

On Expertise & Expectations

Posted by Bank Street on November 03, 2011

On September 24, Bank Street College had the honor of hosting a conference conducted by the NYC Coalition for Educational Justice, the Urban Youth Collaborative, and the Alliance for Quality Education. The topic was effective alternatives to school closings. School leaders, district officials, school

tagged: dean's corner, educational policy, jon snyder
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General Bank Street News

From the President: September 16, 2011

Posted by Bank Street on September 21, 2011

Dear Members of the College Community, I hope you have had a good summer and on behalf of Cabinet I welcome you to Bank Street and the 2011/12 academic year. We have had a very busy summer with Graduate School classes and Summer Camp and with our usual number of ...

tagged: accreditation, bank street kitchen, chad goslee, continuing education, elizabeth dickey, family center, letters from the president, virginia roach
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