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PLANS FOR 2012-2013


The completion of four years of this initiative marks a point of tremendous opportunity moving forward.


At its heart, the model has proven attractive to educators and effective at strengthening their instructional skills.


But there is so much more to do, and so many potential benefits to educators and early childhood students. CUNY-CAT is eager to grow this partnership as a best practice that will be recognized across the nation.


In FY2013, to move toward this goal, CUNY-CAT plans to:


 offer multiple levels of training and ongoing teacher support, and  develop a corps of highly skilled and motivated teachers who will train to turnkey the model in their schools.


CUNY-CAT is grateful for the opportunity to have continued this multifaceted professional development program in collaboration with the DOE Office of Early Childhood Education.


On behalf of the teachers served and the children who will learn from them, all of us at CAT are grateful for the ongoing confidence and support of the DOE Office of Early Childhood, and we look forward to a year of exciting growth in FY2013.


2011-12 Final Report CAT - NYC DOE OECE – Interactive Storytelling Professional Development


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