CEI Named an Approved CTLE Provider by NYSED

  CEI continually evolves to meet the needs of teachers and administrators in a constantly changing educational landscape. 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 … Continued

Lavelle Prep International Day Celebration

  On March 21st, Lavelle Prep Charter School hosted its 6th Annual International Day. Parents and students were invited to attend an afternoon celebration at the school which featured food and entertainment from a variety of different cultures.     The high school dance teacher, Ms. Jackson, and her students showcased three different dance performances. … Continued

Renaissance’s Byting Bulldogs Robotics Club

  Renaissance High School’s Byting Bulldogs have worked for the past 5 months to build a robot for the NYC FIRST FTC Robotics Competition! The team designed, engineered, and programmed a fully remote controlled robot using MIT App Inventor and the Modern Robotics control system. Students had to cut, build, and troubleshoot robotic arms and … Continued

“Where the Beat Goes On”
The Bronx HS of Business

By: Harvey Kaplan The Bronx High School of Business, in collaboration with the Center for Educational Innovation and the Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, are offering students an exciting and innovative activity as a part of their Renewal Hour program. Students are being given the opportunity to learn all about the music industry from production, … Continued

NYU Engineering and Robotics Professional Development Opportunity!

  NYU is pleased to announce that applications are open for their summer 2017 suite of three cutting edge National Science Foundation supported professional development programs in engineering, robotics and entrepreneurship at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Middle and high school teachers can apply to study and train with NYU engineering faculty and graduate … Continued

Get Reading with One Book, One New York!

By: Annie Syso One Book, One New York is an exciting city-wide campaign, introduced at the beginning of 2017, to encourage NY residents to read the same book at the same time. New Yorkers were asked to cast their vote for one of the 5 selected books below through the month of February and the chosen … Continued

Building Your School’s Online Presence

By: Annie Syso Over the past few years, the education universe has seen a huge shift from “offline” to “online”. To successfully engage parents, teachers, prospective staff and students, a school needs to actively manage and consistently update the content for both its website and social media platforms. It is important to have a robust … Continued