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2019 GSE Partners’ Meeting Cultivates Meaningful Dialogue and Insights


The annual Graduate School of Education (GSE) Partners’ meeting in March provided a unique opportunity for New York tri-state area educational administrators, counselors, and teachers to collaborate with faculty and administrators about the GSE’s academic programs and their alignment with current practical challenges in the field of education.

GSE Dean Virginia Roach, Ed.D. began the meeting by offering welcoming remarks and thanking the partner participants for their willingness to provide critical feedback that will meaningfully contribute to continuous improvement of GSE programs. The engaged group of partners attended the meeting to hear important GSE program updates, provide input to administrators and faculty, and honor recipients of the 2019 Cura Personalis Awards. Award recipients identified by each division were:

  • Diane V. Bowser, Ph.D., NCSP NYS Certified School Psychologist, Public School 183 (Division of Psychological and Educational Services);
  • Barbara Levine, Field Specialist (Division of Curriculum and Teaching); (unable to be be present)
  • Thomas Chadzutko, Ed.D., Superintendent, Brooklyn Diocese (Division of Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy)

L-R: Dean Virginia Roach; Diane Bowser, Ph.D.; Abigail Harris, Ph.D.

The group then engaged in breakout session conversations focused on the specific division-based areas of Curriculum and Teaching (C&T); Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy (ELAP); and Psychological and Educational Services (PES). Each group covered a variety of topics, with dialogue targeted to needs identified by partners in each area.

L-R: Anthony Cancelli, Ph.D.; Thomas Chadzutko, Ed.D.; Dean Virginia Roach



For more information about the Partners’ meeting, please contact the GSE Dean’s Office, 212-636-6406.


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