Bank Street College of Education - Graduate School of Education

    Cecelia Traugh, Dean of the Graduate School

    GRADUATE ADMISSIONS CONTACTS Stephen Ostendorff, Director of Admissions,

    Jesse Nguyen, Associate Director of Graduate Admissions,

    Melissa Nathanson, Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions,

    Bank Street College of Education - Where progressive education begins

    Since our beginnings in 1916, Bank Street has been at the forefront of understanding how children learn and grow. From schools and museums to early childhood centers and hospital settings, Bank Street has built its reputation on the simple fact that our graduates, educators, and leaders know how to do the work that is right for children. Today, Bank Street’s Graduate School of Education offers over 50 teacher and leader preparation programs. We continue to be an innovator in improving the quality of classroom practice and a national advocate for children, families, and the system and policy changes that bring effective and equitable teaching to all.

    We see in education the opportunity to build a better society. —Lucy Sprague Mitchell, Founder of Bank Street College

    We continue to find inspiration in the words of Lucy Sprague Mitchell's Credo. About Our Programs:

    • Our Teacher Preparation Programs provide an opportunity to specialize in infancy through adolescence, and in a variety of content areas such as museum education, reading and literacy, math, dual language/bilingual education, curriculum and instruction, general, and special education.

    • Our Child Life Programs prepare educators to work with children in health-care settings.

    • Our Educational Leadership Programs prepare candidates for leadership at the school and district levels, and for a range of settings, including museums.

    • Our Individualized Master’s Program is a flexible, non-certification master’s degree that allows students to shape their own program of study.

    We offer master’s degree programs in:

    • Early Childhood Education

    • Childhood Education

    • Adolescent Education

    • (Math and Special Ed starting Fall 2019)

    • Teaching Students with Disabilities

    • Dual Language & TESOL

    • Infant & Family Development

    • Reading & Literacy

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