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Learn About Diverse Opportunities Now Being Offered for Teachers!

Manhattanville College, in collaboration with Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES and the Hudson River Teacher Center, is pleased to continue with the special initiative to assist teachers who are interested in participating in courses, seeking a new degree, or pursuing an additional certification to further their credentials and improve their professional marketability.

Join us on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm at PNW BOCES Campus, School Services Building to learn more. To register or find out more information, click here.

 
Dean's Symposium - November 12, 2014

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A special thanks to Peter Ianniello (Executive Director of HR, School Support for the Division of Human Resources in the New York City Department of Education), Susan Ostrofsky (Principal of Mount Kisco Elemenatary School, Bedford CSD), and Marissa Bonitatibus (Mville Alum, First Grade Teacher at Mount Kisco Elementary School, Bedford CSD), pictured above from left to right with Dean Shelley Wepner, for making the Dean's Symposium on November 12, 2014 a great success.

 
Generous Gift Helps Teachers Teach Reading

We are truly pleased to announce an extraordinary gift of $1.2 million over 3 years from Manhattanville alumna and former Trustee, Sandra Priest Rose, for the creation of the Rose Institute for Literacy and Learning in the Manhattanville School of Education (SOE).

With the establishment of the Rose Institute for Literacy and Learning, the SOE, as part of our Literacy and Special Education Master’s and Certification Program, will offer courses in the phonics-based methodology endorsed by the Reading Reform Foundation of NY. A Reading Reform Professor/Director will be hired by Manhattanville to teach these courses and conduct the yearlong in-school practicum. To launch the program and ensure the continuity of the Reading Reform methodology and training, a current Reading Reform of NY instructor will initially oversee the coursework. The Rose Institute for Literacy and Learning Program is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2014, when the first of two courses will be offered. The second course is scheduled for fall 2014.

The Rose Institute for Literacy and Learning is the outcome of a successful pilot program in which the Reading Reform Foundation of NY methodology was implemented in one of the Manhattanville College School of Education’s Professional Development Schools, the Thomas A. Edison School in Port Chester, NY.  Edison and eight other local Professional Development Schools comprise the SOE’s signature community outreach initiative, Changing Suburbs Institute® (CSI).  

We are both honored and excited that Sandra Rose is entrusting Manhattanville with continuing the legacy of her lifelong commitment to literacy education through the establishment of the Rose Institute for Literacy and Learning.

For more information about the Rose Institute for Literacy and Learning click here.

 
2nd Cohort of the Executive Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership Starts in January 2015!

Manhattanville College announces a 2nd cohort for our new Executive Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership starting in January 2015. This new program is specifically designed for those who were enrolled in a doctoral program and completed all requirements but the dissertation.

An information session is scheduled for Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 4:00 pm at P/NW BOCES - School Services Building, East Conference Room.

For more information, contact Renee Gargano at rgargano@pnwboces.org.

To register for the information session, contact Michelle Marello at mmarello@pnwboces.org.

 
20% Discount for MAT in Physical Education Graduates!

There is a 20% discount available for graduates of Manhattanville's MAT in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy who enroll in the Health & Wellness Specialist Advanced Certificate program.