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.

Member Christina Tettonis is the Superintendent of the Hellenic Classical Charter Schools. She is proud to report that the Park Slope Hellenic school was nominated while she was Principal and has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School! On November 14th, US Secretary of Education Betsy De Vos will celebrate the achievement of the eight schools in NYC (362 in the USA) that have earned this distinction. The Department of Education will host an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. The coveted award is for being an "Exemplary High Performing School." We proudly send our heartfelt congratulations!!

This August, under the leadership of Randy Asher (Senior Advisor to the COO) and AnnMarie Dull, nearly 2,500 new teachers attended New Teacher Induction events. The pre-service professional development experience implemented in partnership with the UFT was conducted simultaneously in all five boroughs. Attendees heard from Chancellor Carranza and UFT Vice-President Karen Alford, engaged in an array of workshops designed to give them a taste of different areas of focus. Workshops including an Implicit Bias Overview, a review of key regulations and policies, several mindfulness experiences, and an immersion into the Danielson Framework.

Congratulations to our Board of Directors member Dr. Catalina Castillo. And, congratulations to the Freeport Union Free School District! Freeport just brought Dr. Castillo in as Director of Grants, Funded Programs and Student Achievement. Catalina has had great success in previous positions contributing to high student achievement and successful funding of programs and initiatives. Most recently, she was the Ombudsman for Enrollment and Academic Placement for the Westbury Public Schools. The students and educators in Freeport are truly fortunate to have Dr. Castillo on their team!!

Welcome to Our New Members

The NYAPE is proud to welcome:
  • Robert B. Fried
  • Matthew J. Goodman
  • Dr. Kuvana Jones
  • Margarita Eracleous
  • Vasilios Biniaris
  • Ann Leiter
  • Dr. Mauriciere de Govia
  • Dr. Alexandra Estrella
  • Christina Wallace
  • Nakia Howell

Next Event

Mar. 10
Winter Dinner Meeting, 2020

Research Journal

Volume 8 - May, 2019

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