Phil Weinberg, the deputy chancellor for teaching and learning at the New York City Department of Education, summed up the entire debate in a nutshell when he said, “If you’re going to turn to a young person and say, ‘What problem do you want to solve?’ or ‘What plan do you want to have for… Continue reading Phil Weinberg, Deputy Chancellor and Cahn Fellow in the news.
Meridith Maskara is the Chief Operating Officer for the Girl Scouts of Greater New York. She will be speaking to our 2017 Cahn Fellows on leadership. To learn more about Meridith, Click Here
Ewa Asterita has been accepted into the program as an LPP host school. The partnership a key piece in working towards DOE goals of creating a system-wide culture of collaboration. At the core of Learning Partners is the belief that collaboration - learning with and from each other - is an important way to improve… Continue reading Congratulations to Ewa Asterita, 2015 Cahn Fellow for her acceptance into the Learning Partners Program.
We are welcoming the new CMS Superintendent Clayton Wilcox. The Cahn Fellows program expanded to North Carolina this year, accepting two fellows into our 2017 cohort. More information on Dr. Wilcox: HERE
CSA Executive Vice President Mark Cannizzaro will be the new CSA president. Mark Cannizzaro has served the children of NYC as an educator for more than 30 years. He began his teaching career after receiving a bachelor's degree in physical education from SUNY Cortland in 1986. He earned his master's degree in special education in… Continue reading Congratulations Mark Cannizzaro (CF 2009).
Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Willis for her selection as a 2017 Distinguished Principal by the National Association of Elementary School Principals. Dr. Willis is the proud principal of Gillespie Elementary School. She has served as the school’s instructional leader since April 2007, when she was asked to assume the principalship of Gillespie. By employing her mantra… Continue reading Congratulations Dr. Michelle Willis (CF 2016).
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