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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On November 5th, our 8th Educational Forum took place at Fordham University. Esteemed panelists included UFT Vice President, Ms. Karen Alford, CUNY Professor, David Bloomfield, CSA President, Mr. Mark Cannizzaro, SUNY Stony Brook Associate Dean, Dr. Craig Markson, Fordham University Professor, Nicholas Tampio and Moderator, Dr. John Jangl (NYAPE President Emeritus), each lending unique expertise on the topic, “The Effects of Opt Outs.”
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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 Jacqueline Frangis is pleased and proud to announce that ELEVATE EDUCATORS is offering PreK – 12 workshops across content areas for teachers and supervisors. If you visit http://elevateeducator.com, you will be treated to their catalog of offerings beginning with “Wonder of Learning” which takes place on October 22nd.

On Friday, September 13th, 2019, Irish Echo will present its ninth annual Irish Labor Awards at the Doubletree Hotel - 569 Lexington Avenue. The reception followed by dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. We salute NYAPE member Donna McGuire who is being honored as a Labor Ambassador. If you are interested in attending or placing a journal ad, please contact Tracy Quilligan at (917) 215-6969, or email Tracy at tquilligan@irishecho.com.

Congratulations to member James Quail who was awarded the title of Distinguished Educator by Phi Delta Kappa in February. Mr. Quail's distinction is well deserved for his daily dedication as a New York educator. We are proud to announce his achievement on a very special project. A publication entitled "What We Need to Know About Nutrition and Staying Healthy" was collaboratively produced by the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College and Mentoring USA. Working with Dr. Charles Platkin, Jim Quail was a contributor listed for his work in this publication.

Keeping high caliber accomplishments in the family, James Quail and his wife Maria Quail published a special guide as an adjunct to "What We Need to Know About Nutrition and Staying Healthy." Ms. B.J. Carter, National Director of "Healthy Children, Healthy Futures" and members of the New York State Mentoring Advisory Council assisted with this publication. This practical and informative resource tool will be utilized by mentors as they assist and work with their mentees in and across New York State.

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

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Oct. 15
Fall Dinner Meeting, 2019
Princeton Club of New York

Research Journal

Volume 8 - May, 2019

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