New Study Sheds Light on Teachers’ Impact Beyond the Classroom

Few topics cause as much debate and concern in education as teacher quality and effectiveness. Do teachers have a strong impact on a student’s performance? Can we measure this impact? How do we identify effective teachers? Last month, the National Bureau of Economic Research published a working paper by researchers Raj Chetty, John Friedman and […]

Registration Now Open for NYCAEYC Conference!

Registration for the NYC Association for the Education of Young Children (NYCAEYC) 2012 Conference is now open! This year’s conference features keynote speaker Faith  Ringgold, a world-renowned author of children’s literature, and over thirty workshops on a variety of issues in early childhood practice and policy. The conference will take place February 10 and 11, […]

“Dine and Discuss:” Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education

Join us November 10th for the Career Development Services Center’s second session of the Dine and Discuss series, a moderated panel discussion that gives students, job-seekers, career-changers, and other professionals who work with young children the chance to network and learn more about different areas of the field. This session will focus on careers in […]

“Dine and Discuss:” Networking events for Early Childhood Professionals

Posted on 28 of October, 2011 by in Events

Register today for Dine and Discuss, a new series of career networking events sponsored by The Career Development Services Center (CDSC). Each session will feature a moderated panel discussion with a diverse group of professionals from a different area of early childhood education. We invite everyone- especially students, job seekers, and career changers- to join […]

New York State Enters Race for $100 Million Early Learning Challenge Grant

Read Governor Cuomo’s announcement about New York State’s proposal for the Early Learning Challenge, a competitive grant to increase access to quality early learning programs.