LIU Brooklyn Welcomes New York State Regents for Town Hall Discussion
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LIU Brooklyn’s School of Education was the destination for a town hall discussion with three members of the New York State Department of Education’s Board of Regents. Chancellor Dr. Betty A. Rosa was joined by Dr. Kathleen M. Cashin and Dr. Lester W. Young Jr., to discuss the state’s teaching certification examinations, including edTPA.
Dr. Rosa is in her second term as the Regent for the Twelfth Judicial District (Bronx County), and is also President of B.D.J.&.J. Associates LLC, which serves in a consulting capacity to large urban school districts throughout the country and to educational services companies. Dr. Cashin is in her second term representing the Second Judicial District (Brooklyn), and has more than 35 years of experience serving the students of New York City as a teacher, superintendent and regional superintendent. Dr. Young is in his second term as a Regent at Large, currently co-chairs the Regents’ P-12 Education Committee, and chairs the Workgroup to Improve Outcomes for Boys and Young Men of Color and the Early Childhood Workgroup.
LIU is a founding member of the national Urban Teacher Education Consortium and has helped to shape the guiding principles for urban education at the university level. LIU Brooklyn’s School of Education is affiliated with more than 85 educational institutions, and has partnered with the Center for Urban Education, the Learning Center for Educators and Families, and the Teacher Resource Center.
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