Partnership with New York
University aimed at developing teaching force
The City School District of Albany has forged a
new partnership with New York University in its ongoing efforts to
develop its teaching staff to better serve all students and families.
The partnership with NYU’s Steinhardt School of
Culture, Education and Human Development will bring the Embedded Master
of Arts in Teaching Residency Program to the district beginning with the
2017-18 school year.
NYU Steinhardt’s EMAT program will provide an
opportunity for up to 15 aspiring middle and high school teachers to
participate each of the next two years. The partnership expands on
ongoing work NYU Steinhardt is doing with all district staff.
To learn more,
please visit the NYU Steinhardt website.
City School District of Albany's
prekindergarten-grade 12 program
The Prekindergarten-12 Program is designed to promote
the academic and personal development of all of its students, and
prepare them to become life-long learners.
is dedicated to preparing all of its students to meet the demands of the
New York state curriculum and earn a Regents diploma, as well as inspire and
encourage all students to pursue college.
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the district's exceptional and innovation programs and curriculum.
Did you know that Albany High School is a Capital Region leader in Advanced Placement
courses, and that few high schools in New York state have more students
take AP exams each year?
Did you know that Albany High School is one of only three schools in the
Capital Region offering the prestigious International
Did you know that Albany High School is one of only 11 schools in New
York state offering the prestigious Smart Scholars/Early College High
School program? (More)