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Bank Street

Teach Your Teachers Well

Posted by Bank Street on January 13, 2016

As policymakers, educators, and parents continue to rethink how we support and evaluate teachers in our nation’s public schools, President Shael Polakow-Suransky weighed in on the debate today with a New York Times op-ed titled “Teach Your Teachers Well.” President Shael Polakow-Suransky In the editorial, President Polakow-Suransky reminds us that teachers are also learners. He advocates for ...

tagged: collaboration, education reform, teacher preparation

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Graduate School

Race to the Bottom Book Talk & Signing

Posted by Gretchen Adams on June 23, 2015

On April 30, Michael McGill, Director of the Program for District Leadership and Reform, a special initiative in the Graduate School, launched his book, Race to the Bottom: Corporate School Reform and the Future of Public Education, with a book signing and talk at Bank Street College. The book examines ...

tagged: book signing, graduate school, michael mcgill, school reform

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Bank Street Commends Reform Initiatives from Governor Cuomo

Posted by Nicholas Gray on January 11, 2013

In his New York State of the State address on January 9, Governor Andrew Cuomo championed several initiatives proposed by the New NY Education Reform Commission, on which Bank Street President Elizabeth Dickey serves. The Commission presented its Education Action Plan to the Governor in early January, after nearly a year of ...

tagged: early childhood, government, policy, pre-k, reform

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Bank Street News

Bank Street Hosts Ed Reform Hearing on Oct 16

Posted by Nicholas Gray on October 05, 2012

  View photos and more from the hearing. UPDATED 10/22 Bank Street was proud to host an important public hearing for Governor Cuomo’s New York Education Reform Commission on October 16th, 2012. The event was an opportunity for the Commission to hear directly from parents, teachers, school leaders, and other stakeholders ...

tagged: commission, government relations, policy, reform

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