University at Albany School of Education Faculty and Staff Directory
The UAlbany School of Education 2016-2017 directory of Faculty & Staff for the Administrative Offices, Educational Administration and Policy Studies, Educational Theory and Practice, Educational and Counseling Psychology, Reading, SOE Institutes, Centers and programs, and SOE Councils and Committees.
Capital Region Master Teacher Program
Responding to the call to strengthen our nation's K-12 STEM education, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo launched the New York State Master Teacher Program (NYSMTP) in partnership with The State University of New York and Math for America. The program creates a state-wide network of the highest-performing STEM teachers dedicated to sharing their expertise with peers and attracting high school graduates to careers in STEM.
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National Board Certification
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the quality of teaching by developing professional standards and advanced certification for teachers. National Board Certified Teachers are accomplished educators who meet rigorous standards through intensive study, expert evaluation, self-assessment, and peer review.
The Greater Capital Region Principals’ Center is a dynamic professional resource for area administrators, designed as an oasis of training for improvement and renewal of administrative skills and energies.
The Principals Guild
The Principals’ Guild, made up of more than 50 principals and assistant principals at all levels from Capital Region schools, is a professional development opportunity organized by The College of St. Rose, School of Educational Leadership, Capital Region BOCES and CASDA. The Guild engages participants in a learning community that addresses the unique demands and multiplicity of issues facing principals and assistant principals every day.
Know Your Schools for NYKids
Founded in 2004 by the University at Albany School of Education, Know Your Schools seeks to provide educators with information about improving student achievement by examining the best practices at highly successful schools. With resources for elementary, middle, and high schools, the Know Your Schools website provides accurate data in a variety of interactive and easy-to-understand charts and graphs. It contains reports on best practices as well as case studies of school success stories.
WMHT Education Resources
Browse WMHT's educational resources including games and activities for kids, fun ideas for teachers and parents, and learn more about STEM education and more!