COVID-19: INFORMATION FOR THE MANHATTANVILLE COMMUNITY
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Manhattanville College’s School of Education
Manhattanville College School of Education prepares PreK-12 teachers and administrators, higher education and community leaders, and education entrepreneurs, most of whom work in the tri-state area. It offers flexible day and evening classes that accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals. Having celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015, the School of Education offers a variety of degrees and programs including bachelor of arts, master of education, master of professional studies, doctor of education, professional diplomas, and certificates of advanced study. The School of Education also offers dual degree programs for undergraduate students to complete bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs in education in 5½ years, as well as an accelerated graduate program, Jump Start, which prepares primarily career changers to teach in New York City.
Why pursue your education degree at Manhattanville?
- Classes at Manhattanville’s School of Education average 15 students with professors who are leaders in their fields who take pride in the individualized attention they provide to students in coursework and field experiences.
- A unique feature of the School of Education is its signature community outreach program, the Changing Suburbs Institute® (CSI). This special initiative partners with schools and the changing suburban community to help PreK-12 students from diverse backgrounds succeed in school. CSI has 17 professional development schools in eight changing suburban school districts that are part of the array of schools that welcome our students. CSI has a significant Hispanic parent outreach program that has been recognized by the White House as a Bright Spot in Hispanic Education.
- Manhattanville’s School of Education also is home to the Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy, established in 2014 as the successor organization to Reading Reform Foundation of New York, to train teachers to use a multisensory, phonics-based approach to literacy instruction.
Greetings from the faculty and staff of the School of Education!
How do students perform on measures of effectiveness?
As part of our national accreditation process through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), Manhattanville posts eight measures of program effectiveness on its Display of Annual Reporting Measures.
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Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy
The Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy prepares teachers to use a multisensory approach to literacy instruction, based upon the work of Dr. Samuel T. Orton. The Institute offers the opportunity for graduate study or professional development credit. Participants can choose to take individual courses or earn a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study by completing the entire 13-graduate credit course of study. Graduate credits can be incorporated into the College’s MPS Literacy Program (Birth-Grade 6) and Special Education Childhood Program (grades 1-6). Professional development credit can be arranged directly with the Institute and its partners. The Institute partners with school districts to bring on-site professional development training to the schools. Learn more about the Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy now.
Changing Suburbs Institute®
Every day one more English Language Learner enrolls at a public school. Educators need special skills to address this group, which is why we established the Changing Suburbs Institute® (CSI) in 2006. The Changing Suburbs Institute® (CSI) focuses on developing teachers and faculty who can give students their best chance to succeed. Together with eight school districts, CSI works to provide programmatic and professional development to administrators and teachers, as well as offer resources and research that recognize the increasingly diverse student populations of our suburbs.
Where are our alumni now?
You can find them throughout the country—in public and private schools across Westchester County; at the Academy of Holy Angels in Demarest, NJ; at North Street School in Greenwich, CT; or at Promenade Elementary School in Corona, CA. Our alumni find teaching and leadership positions in communities of their choice, giving current students a wide network to turn to for advice, introductions, and mentoring.
The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) accredited Manhattanville College School of Education at the initial-licensure level. CAEP is the only recognized national accreditor for educator preparation. Manhattanville College School of Education has met rigorous national standards for educator preparation set by CAEP.