We are deeply saddened by the recent news of the death of Madeleine Brennan. It is with profound regret that we share this with you. As you probably know, Madeleine was an active member, an officer and our President. She helped so many of us in so many ways. A detailed article of tribute will be posted shortly. We know that you will keep Mrs. Brennan in your thoughts and prayers.

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New York Academy of Public Education

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.

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Spotlight on Our Members

We once again remind you that this "Spotlight" column is intentionally placed on our FIRST page. Our unparalleled history and reputation are the result of the many accomplishments of our esteemed members. We want YOUR achievements "Spotlighted" for all to see. Please send all items to mancinijl@verizon.net.

Congratulations to Board member, Denise Schira. Her son, Ryan and his wife Ava are expecting a baby boy in August. Denise describes the anticipation of a first grandchild as "over the moon!" And, all the NYAPE grandparents reading this can certainly understand.

Congratulations to Brian O’Connell who has accepted the position of Headmaster at Lawrence Woodmere Academy. Brian brings his rich experience as a New York City Educational leader to Lawrence Woodmere which is an independent PreK-12 institution with a legacy of over 100 years. New York City schools will miss Mr. O’Connell. We wish him the best and look forward to hearing about great successful endeavors!

Global Kids, the organization where NYAPE member Dr. Elizabeth Bishop works, received a $100,000 award from the NYC Complete Count Fund — a partnership between CUNY, Mayor de Blasio and the New York City Council. The Complete Count Fund is a community organizing program supporting organizations to help NYC in the 2020 Census. Dynamic, diverse, and informed youths will form Census Squads at their schools. After intensive training, they will educate peers, parents, faculty and community members in and near their schools around the importance of the census and self-response.

Welcome to Our New Members

The NYAPE is proud to welcome:
  • Dr. Elizabeth Bishop
  • Mr. Dominic Armano
  • Ms. Cynthia J. Feliz
  • Ms. Morlena T. Robinson
  • Mrs. Layla Marie Munson
  • Ms. Sandra Noyola
  • Ms. Mary Ann Hawthorne
  • Ms. AnnMarie Dull
  • Dr. Hector Uribe
  • Dr. Louisa Hanchard Palmer
  • Mrs. Hazel-Ann Lewis

Latest News

Job opportunity

June 11, 2020

Pace University is in need of Field Supervisors for their student teaching program. Among our members are many brilliant and talented educators who would be great assets to the program. If you are interested in one of the positions, you can find further information here.

“The Forecast is Love”

May 9, 2020

Mr. G, educator and weatherman, invites Placita, Armando and Karen who are frightened of the world around them, to come with him on a learning adventure. They learn that the world is beautiful and they are safe to dream and become whatever they want to be.

Next Event

Dec. 1 5:30pm
10th Annual Educational Forum
Fordham University Graduate School of Education at Lincoln Center - President's Room (12th Floor)

Research Journal

Volume 8 - May, 2019

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