Following the State Education Department’s modification to the Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) requirements, CEI has been recognized as an approved CTLE provider. This accreditation enables educators to utilize CEI’s conferences, professional learning services, workshops, and roundtables toward fulfilling their mandated 100 hours of approved CTLE professional development.Learn More!
April 29, 2017 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M
Bronx Community College
Roscoe Brown Student Center
2155 University Avenue
Bronx, NY 10463
CEI would like to sincerely thank everyone who attended and supported our Benefit Celebration at Billy Joel on February 22, 2017.
To our friends and colleagues who joined us, supported us, and celebrated with us in person and in spirit, we thank you for another successful event in support of enrichment opportunities for students across NYC!
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What an incredible 2016 CEI Gala! Thank you to our dedicated honorees, Marc Sternberg & Patrick Duff, for their service to the children of the City of New York. CEI will continue celebrating our inspiring leaders, teachers, and students across NYC and beyond to help give every child a quality education. Thank you to everyone who attended, all of our supporters and friends!View the Gallery
Project BOOST (Building Options and Opportunities for Students) is a school based enrichment program for low-income, at-risk 4th to 12th grade public school students. Currently, Project BOOST serves 168 public schools, including a specialized program for children with autism and a universal pre-K (UPK).
Watch CEI’s short video to learn more about what BOOST can do!Watch the Video!
Over the past several years, the term blended learning has become an educational buzzword around the country. But for those who don’t know what blended learning is or what it looks like, incorporating it into the classroom can seem intimidating. The truth is, blended learning is a different teaching and learning style for both a teacher and student, but it is easy to start small and work towards a fully blended classroom that can foster student agency and increase student achievement. Check out the short animation below for an overview of what blended learning is!Watch the Animation!
The Center for Educational Innovation (CEI) is a non‐profit education organization and a recognized leader in advancing meaningful reforms in public education. Our mission is to ensure the school is the center and driving force of public education reform and innovation.
CEI provides customized, hands‐on support to principals, teachers, parents and staff to help them meet the unique needs of their students. With a team of experts in a variety of disciplines, CEI helps schools design, develop and implement effective and innovative practices. These teams are comprised of experienced educators with the knowledge to help leaders and teachers implement effective instructional practices and improve experiences and outcomes for all students.
The mission of the Center for Educational Innovation (CEI) is to guarantee a quality education for every student in New York City and communities across the United States.
Providing quality public education requires constant innovation based on experience. CEI senior staff members fulfill this mandate by building on decades of successful experience in the public schools, serving as teachers, principals, and superintendents.
CEI’s staff is complemented by a Board of Trustees composed of leaders from the public and private sectors who have demonstrated their commitment to public education through service to schools and educational organizations. CEI builds on this combined experience to implement innovative reforms in public and charter schools across the globe.
“Children don’t attend a public educational system, they go to school. That is why the school must be the center of change”
– Sy Fliegel, CEI President & Gilder Senior Fellow