12 Hudson Valley Teachers Achieve Gold Standard Certification
Congratulations to all.
The New York State United Teachers announced on Monday January 6th, that 12 Hudson Valley teachers have achieved the “gold standard” certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching according to NYSUT.
For teachers to receive this type of certification, teachers need to have their teaching assessed through a variety of different methods that include, student work samples, teaching portfolios, performance based assessments and most teachers spend anywhere from 200 to 400 hours of their own time, unpaid to get the certification.
NYSUT said that New York has 2,115 teachers that are National Board Certified Teachers. Here are the teachers from the Valley that have achieved the "gold standard".....
Elizabeth Agarabi from the Bronxville Union Free School District
Zoe Charitos from Yonkers Public Schools
Michelle Cordaro from the Haldane Central School District
Tracey Finan from the Croton-Harmon Union Free School District
Reba Hekker from the Nyack Union Free School District
Danqing Li from the Windham-Ashland-Jewett Central School District
Suzanna Santos from the Wappingers Central School District
Jacqueline Smith from Yonkers Public Schools
Theresa Smith from Yonkers Public Schools
Joseph Streany from the Croton-Harmon Union Free School District
Linda Vinti from the Newburgh Enlarged City School District
Lisa Ward from the Newburgh Enlarged School District
You can check all of the teachers from New York that have achieved the gold standard here. Congrats to all!
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