Get personalized academic information about your child.
New York City's new system of teacher evaluation and development.
We're looking for great teachers, principals, administrators, executives, and more. Join us today.
The Video Library
Professional Development Offerings and Special Announcements
Students with Interrupted Formal Education (SIFE)
Supporting ELLs' Literacy Development
Native Language Arts
Math Sample Units
RTI Resources for Teachers of ELLs
Nuts and Bolts of ELL-Specific Topics for New ELL Coordinators
Video: 2013 Citywide Parent Conference Creating Pathways to College – Dream, Believe, Succeed!
Language Allocation Policy Tool Kit
Danielson’s 2013 Framework for Teaching
8:30 - 11:30
1 Fordham Plaza, Room 853, Bronx, NY
02M288, West 50th Street, NYC 10019
12:00 - 3:00
131 Livingston Street, Room 508B
8:30 - 11:00
30-48 Linden Place, 6th Floor, Flushing, NY
The New York State Education Department Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities created the ITI-BSE to address the shortage of certified bilingual and English as a second language (ESL) special education teachers, bilingual teachers of the speech and hearing handicapped, and bilingual pupil personnel professionals. This state-funded program provides tuition assistance for fifteen credits of specialized coursework and facilitates the certification process for these professionals who are currently working in New York public schools or approved preschools. The ITI-BSE Program, which is housed at Eastern Suffolk BOCES, collaborates with school districts, preschools and institutions of higher education (IHEs) throughout the state. Eligibility requirements, coursework, program requirements and an application for the program can be found at http://www.esboces.org/Page/382. For further information, please contact Jody Sperling at JSperlin@esboces.org.
OELL’s Partnership with Understanding Language at Stanford University
We are pleased to announce an exciting venture the Office of English Language Learners undertook with Understanding Language at Stanford University. This partnership led to our involvement in Understanding Language’s first pilot of a Common Core-aligned unit of study for ELLs, which took place during the 2011-12 Title III Summer Enrichment Program. The Key Principles for ELL Instruction, created during OELL’s collaboration, can be found on Understanding Language’s website, along with the newly created teaching resources in ELA and math.
52 Chambers Street, Room 209New York, NY 10007Tel.: 212-374-6072Fax: 212-374-5598For a complete list of senior ELL compliance and performance specialists by cluster, click here.