On Friday, March 1st, EdCast will have mayoral candidate Bill Thompson as its guest. Previously, Comptroller John Liu, also an announced candidate, appeared on EdCast.
A recent article from DNAinfo.com (click on the image for the full article).
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The 2012 scores for the writing SAT exam saw male and female high school students reach a new low. The writing test was first administered in 2006. That outcome further illustrates the importance of enhanced opportunities for student writing improvement at the college level.
During spring 2012, my BBA 407—Microeconomic Foundations of Business course for first-year business students was “writing-intensive.” Such courses require students to write 15-20 pages of proofread, typed work over...Read... Read More »
First, let me say welcome back to everyone!!! I hope that everyone had a wonderful, relaxing and productive summer. As always, I will be keeping everyone posted on all of the new developments involving education, primarily public education here New York and throughout the country.
For those who are a little out of the loop, there have definitely been some interesting things going on in regards to education. One that I have to say that I'm very excited about is President Obama's Executive Order...R... Read More »
I came across this article New York City bans mention of dinosaurs, dancing, birthdays and more on students tests and wanted to share this with everyone. With everything that's going on concerning education in NYC, I find it kind of interesting that certain words are being banned from student exams. I mean really, dinosaurs? What's wrong with the word dinosaur being on an exam? And banning the word dancing, why?
There is a lot of debate going on about teacher evaluations and student exams....Read... Read More »
As a school counselor educator, I've focused on two lines of scholarship--transforming the school counseling profession with school counseling program interventions to help close achievement and opportunity gaps and supporting the needs of LBGTQIA students and families. One of the great things about being a faculty member is having the time to pursue not only research and scholarship but to work with our graduate students and professional colleagues in school counseling to create the next...Read... Read More »
I came across this article in the New York Times not too long ago and felt that it was an appropriate topic of discussion for the School of Education students here at Lehman. What will public school education look like in the future?
I know that as future educators, we are a little anxious about what is going on in regards to education reform especially as it pertains to teacher evaluations. While it is true that something has to be done to ensure all children have access to...Read More »
Becoming a teacher has always been a dream of mine and it is still mind boggling that I am going to graduate with a MSED in childhood education through the MATH-UP program. But I have come to realize that just because you have a Master’s degree does not necessarily mean you are a Master teacher. Yes, it’s true that through the Master’s program, we are building the foundation needed to be able to teach children, but it is a totally different ball game when you are actually in front of a class...Read More »
Three years ago, I was a veteran and single mother of three working a thankless job with no upward mobility. Through the veterans coordinator in my office, I received information about the Post 9/11 Montgomery Gl Bill. After reading all of the details, I decided to go back to school...full time. I was fearful about resigning from my position, however completing my undergraduate degree was so much more important. A family friend told me about Lehman College and it was surprisingly close to...Read... Read More »
On Saturday, February 4, 2012, 35 participants attended a five-hour workshop on the Common Core Standards sponsored by the Lehman College School of Education. The Common Core Standards are a key element in ongoing efforts to reform schools in New York City and New York State. The Common Core is designed to provide a clear, consistent, and research-based framework that will help us to prepare P-12 students for college and the workforce. Daniele Zimmerman, a graduate student in science...Read More »
School of Continuing and Professional Studies the door is open
to ALL--from grade school students to active seniors,
undergraduates, international students, new and established small
business owners, union and industry partners, students seeking new
careers, and many others.
I've worked with our programs as an administrator, researcher, and program developer and coordinator since 1981 and have seen exciting developments along with the steady growth of our school which now serves...