The New York Academy of Public Education was established in 1912. At that time, the leaders of this professional honorary organization focused its primary efforts on the advancement and progress of urban education. The Academy successfully provided a common forum and meeting ground in fostering educational activities between the professional community and the public-at-large. One hundred years later our primary efforts remain the same.
The Academy will be announcing a call for manuscripts for its Professional Research Journal. The New York Academy of Public Education encourages all members and colleagues to submit a manuscript for publication in our Professional Research Journal. We thank Dr. John Jangl, Dr. Linda Patterson and the peer editors, for taking on the editing of our annual issue. Members who are interested in peer editing, should contact Dr. John Jangl at Triadedu@aol.com.
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Spotlight on Our Members
Congratulations to Helen Kraljic-DeSario, who was appointed Principal of the Jacqueline Onassis Public School 66 in Queens.
We are so happy to announce the marriage of our Director, Pasquale Baratta! He and Angela Baratta exchanged vows on November 25th, 2017. The bride and groom celebrated a wonderful reception at Leonard's of Great Neck. We wish them many years of happiness!
There are not enough “superlatives” in the dictionary to describe the wonderful achievements of our Past-President Joseph LaCascia. The Catholic Teachers’ Association will honor Joe on Wednesday, December 13th at Russo’s on the Bay.
Numerous New York Academy members will be at Russo’s to honor Mr. LaCascia as he stands with the Chancellor and other leaders in our field to receive his award. If you are planning to attend, please call 718-288-9705 for reservations at your earliest convenience.
Congratulations to Dr. Candice Scott. Her hard work and successful contributions of thirty-eight years were recognized by the Black Caucus of the CSA. Dr. Scott was presented with the Legacy Award. Congratulations are also due to the St. John's University chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. They had the wisdom to take advantage of Candice's unique talents and elect our saluted award recipient as President of the chapter!
Congratulations to member Gale Y. Reeves who has retired as Superintendent of Community School District 5. We wish Gale all the very best!