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Teachers who are new to the teaching profession are assigned to a mentor by their principals. Please see DAPS/Mentoring for more information.Please note: This was formerly known as "Division of Academics, Performance, and Support (DAPS) Mentoring" or "New Teacher Induction."
The Professional Development and Student Opportunities pages provide upcoming professional development and student opportunities offered city-wide (opportunities are organized by school level).
All teachers are eligible to take "P" In-Service courses from the New York City After School Professional Development Program. In-Service courses offer teachers high-quality, convenient, low-cost alternatives to college courses that may be applied toward salary differentials and New York State professional development requirements. Courses are designed to improve student achievement through the professional development of teachers. Courses are also offered to secretaries for salary advancement.
Please note: Guidance counselors may take only guidance and counseling or special education courses.
Note for school secretaries: An educational differential requires 60 credits from approved colleges, business schools, or “P” In-Service courses.
For the current course catalogue and registration information, click to access the ASPDP System.
Teachers, school secretaries, and paraprofessionals can receive college credits by earning qualifying scores on CLEP tests. Click for more information about CLEP tests.
Click for information about the Department of Education's AED/CPR Training Program.
Paraprofessionals attending and completing six (6) credits/semester hours of study during the summer semester may be eligible to receive a summer stipend. Click for more information about the Summer Stipend Program.
School aides interested in becoming a supervising school aide must receive a nomination from their principal in order to receive the training. Participants are required to attend three instructional training sessions. For more information about the selection and processing of school aides, click here.
The Bilingual Pupil Services Program is open to paraprofessionals who are fluent in English and one of the following languages: Spanish, Chinese or Haitian-Creole.The Bilingual Pupil Services Program is hosting an Open House event on March 24, 2015. Click here for more information about the BPS Open House event.
Click for information about financial support available for current and future teachers, paraprofessionals, family workers, and career changers through Teach NYC Programs.