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New York, NY 10017
CUNY Teacher Education has a YouTube Playlist
CUNY Teacher Education videos feature CUNY graduates in the classroom, helpful tips on certification, and more!
CUNY engages Lincoln Center Education
LCE teaching artists bring aesthetic education techniques to CUNY students.
Common Core State Standards at CUNY
Campuses shared best practices for working with CCSS
The Central Office of Academic Affairs supports Teacher Education programs across the University. CUNY enrolls more than 16,000 students in education programs: one-third of these students study at the undergraduate level and two-thirds are graduate students. With a commitment to teaching and learning, our campuses prepare a culturally diverse pool of students to be effective educators in a variety of settings. The Teacher Education portfolio within Academic Affairs also includes grant-funded programs, research initiatives and policy issues.
CUNY’s Teacher Education Grid outlines programs across CUNY at every degree level. More information can be found on campus websites, below.
Mayor de Blasio announced NYC Men Teach to put an additional 1,000 men of color in the pipeline to become NYC public school teachers over the next three years. The Fall 2017 application is now open for all CUNY students interested in becoming teachers under this initiative. If you don’t yet attend a CUNY college and would like to express interest, click here to join the movement!
ONLINE Courses for teachers!
Six CUNY Schools of Education offer graduate courses online. APPLY NOW for summer: Students with Disabilities (1-6, 7-12) at CCNY, TESOL at CSI, Gifted Education at Lehman, Bilingual Education at Queens, and Early Intervention and Parenting at Brooklyn College, and TESOL at Hunter College. Tuition is charged at NYS rates.
Welcome to 2017 Fellows at Brooklyn College, City College, Hunter College and Lehman College.
- NYS Certification Exams Overview
- Certification Exam Support
CUNY has developed a variety of resources to help students successfully complete the certification exams.
- TEACH Grants
Graduate students willing to work in high-need schools after graduation may be eligible for up to $4,000 a year. Public school teachers may also be eligible for student loan forgiveness.
Teacher Ed News
Paraprofessionals at the NYC DOE can take courses at CUNY tuition free through the Career Training Program. Apply today!
The new teacher application for the NYC Department of Education allows candidates to apply now for fall positions: teachnyc.net
You can also review teacher salary, benefits and incentives, learn about teacher career pathways and more. Email us at Teacher.Education@cuny.edu if you need assistance making your DOE application great!
NYC Men Teach featured in the news!
CUNY’s students and graduates participating in NYC Men Teach are inspiring important conversations around teacher diversity. In addition to TV clips, they have been featured in publications like the Huffington Post and The Atlantic.