6 Great Benefits Of Getting A Teaching Job In NYC

New York City is a great place to be a teacher. The city is filled with rich culture, diversity, and of course some great teachers! Teaching in NYC comes with many benefits that make it a great place to work. Whether you’re looking to start your teaching career or continue your career as a teacher, […]

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Teacher shortage: ‘Maligning and vilifying’ educators affects retention, union president says

Teacher shortage: ‘Maligning and vilifying’ educators affects retention, union president says Students across the country are heading back to school, but many without adequate teachers. According to the National Education Association, there are more than 280,000 fewer public school teachers nationally than prior to the pandemic. And the shortage is perhaps most acute in the […]

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Which Teacher Ed Program Do I need?

We offer several options for those interested in becoming teachers, as well as those teachers who are in various phases of their career. Please refer to the chart below to find out which program is right for you.   I am a Pre-K to Grade 12 Teacher with initial certification who needs a State Mandated […]


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CITE is the Center for Integrated Training and Education. For over 25 years, CITE has trained high-achieving professionals including 25% of principals in NYC, a former chancellor, and a multitude of district and city-wide leaders in Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, and the NYC area.  Find information on all CITE programs: www.citeprograms.com   Download the CITE 2022-2023 […]


Still hiring: Teacher vacancies up as year begins, limiting recovery plans

From Chalkbeat: Unprecedented shortages of bus drivers and substitutes. A coronavirus variant that has quarantined swaths of students and staff. Pressure to help students readjust and catch up. As schools face this battery of challenges, they’re short another key resource: teachers. In 18 of 20 large U.S. school districts that provided data to Chalkbeat, the […]


This NYC bilingual educator shares what it means to teach for ‘equity, not equality

“Much of teaching a new language happens in the small moments: in the chatter among peers, in asking to use the bathroom. This year, with New York City public schools shuttered so frequently due to coronavirus cases, students had far fewer opportunities for these casual conversations and questions, said Rebecca Quiñones, a second grade dual-language […]


For some kids, remote learning will continue this fall. Can schools make it better?

“Online learning as a standalone, as the only model that a student is accessing for instruction, is not working for the vast majority of our children.” Superintendents across the country are grappling with the same question as they look ahead to the fall: How will they teach students whose families choose to keep them home? […]


26% more LI educators filed for retirement in 2020, data shows

Retirement applications from Long Island public school teachers, principals and other educators spiked last year, data shows, reflecting the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on education and possibly worsening a teacher shortage. For those entering the education workforce, this means there is going to be a good opportunity to find and keep a job as a teacher. […]

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