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- Tags: Board of Education of the City of New York
A proposal for the developing parent teachers teams project for district 5. It describes the target population of the project, the most important goals, the training program, the requirements and responsibilities of the staff as well as technical…
Tags: (Public School 180 (P.S. 180) Public School 184 (P.S. 184) Public School 191 (P.S. 191) Public School 199 (P.S. 199), after-school, black and Puerto Rican education, Board of Education of the City of New York, career ladder, community, community corporations, Corpus Christi, corrective reading classes, District 5, English as a Second Language (ESL), high school equivalency, Holy Trinity, paraprofessional, parent-teacher teams, private schools, Public School 113 (P.S. 113), Public School 118 (P.S. 118) Public School 148 (P.S. 148) Blessed Sacrament, Public School 144 (P.S. 144), Public School 145 (P.S. 145), Public School 163 (P.S. 163) Public School 165 (P.S. 165) Public School 166 (P.S. 166), Public School 170 (P.S. 170), Public School 179 (P.S. 179), Public School 75 (P.S. 75), Public School 87 (P.S. 87), Public School 9 (P.S. 9) Public School 76 (P.S. 76) Public School 84 (P.S. 84), public schools, St. Gregory, St. Thomas, Teachers College (TC)
The clipping describes a program for educational assistants and associates to upgrade their educational background in order to become certified or licensed teachers. This program, of the City University of New York, will not only make professionals…
A newspaper clipping describing a new program for high-school drop-outs to obtain equivalency diplomas enabling them to attend college. The clipping includes annotations, such as "Juan" at the right-hand corner, probably referring to Juang…
An interview with Theresa Miller and Juan Rodriguez-Munoz about the training for parents in order to become teacher aides. The interview includes a broad description of the weekly schedule of training.
An interview with Nellie Jones about the training for parents in order to become teacher aides. The training takes place at Teachers College. The interview includes a broad description of the weekly schedule of training. The interview includes…
Tags: Board of Education of the City of New York, City University of New York (CUNY), Community Resource Center, Department of Home and Family Life, District 5, Ford Foundation, Horace Mann-Lincoln Institute (HMLI), parent-teacher teams, parents, Teachers College (TC), Urban Community Schools Project
A manuscript introducing parent-teacher teams and describing the purpose, the approach and methodology of this innovative model. The manuscript includes annotations.
Tags: Ascension School, Board of Education of the City of New York, community, Community Corporation, District 5, Ford Foundation, parent-teacher teams, parents, parochial schools, Public School 145 (P.S. 145), Public School 165 (P.S. 165), Public School 180 (P.S. 180), public schools, Teachers College (TC), Urban Community Schools Project, vocational education
This letter, written by the project director for developing parent teacher teams of the Board of Education of the City of New York, asks for further copies of Rebecca Hetherington's report of the Parent Teacher Teams project that was published in the…
A press release announcing that J.H.S. 43 has partnered with the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts second consecutive year, in which nearly 600 students will attend lecture-style demonstrations around various types of performing arts (i.e.,…