Dear GSE Alumni,
Happy New Year! The Graduate School of Education looks forward to a productive and successful 2012. As we begin the spring semester, we want to share the following exciting news with you:
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The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) recently reaccredited GSE.
, which is responsible for evaluating 623 teacher-education organizations in the United States, reviews the school every five years. We are very pleased with the council’s confirmation of our School’s advances in assessing students and graduates, as well as the skills, attitudes and knowledge our students have developed here.
If you are interested in adding an extension program (in this or another area) to your GSE degree to enhance your teaching knowledge and credentials, click here. Contact Linda Horisk, assistant dean of admissions, at (212) 636-6401 or email@example.com for more information. COMING SOON
: A new doctoral degree program in Contemporary Learning and Interdisciplinary Research. Check the GSE Blog and website regularly for updates!
We are pleased to invite you to the following upcoming events, and hope to see you soon:
March 16 and 17 Sponsored by GSE, the seventh annual Celebration of Teaching and Learning brings together global experts, advocates, practitioners and academics with K-12 educators in New York City to create a unique professional development experience where knowledge meets inspiration.
April 18 – April 20 The conference, organized by Los Ninos Services and sponsored by GSE, brings together top leaders to provide the latest information about essential topics in early childhood development. Early childhood professionals and parents will also learn about services, resources and products to help all children reach their full potential.
May 11 Presented by GSE, Pearson Assessments and Wiley Publishers, this full-day professional development conference focuses on differential diagnoses of and interventions for learning difficulties.
GSE Alumni Reception at Fordham Lincoln Center
Save the Date: June 12 Dean Hennessy will speak on new developments in the Graduate School of Education. (Invitation to follow by separate e-mail.)
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