Fall 2017 CLASS Queens Schools Application
We're looking for great teachers to join our Fall 2018 Renewal Schools Cohort. Don't delay. Applications are due by JUNE 4, 2018!Apply Now
Are You Eligible for CLASS?
The first year of CLASS is designed to be a complete course in the principles of teacher leadership (the leadership of peers). Participants learn how to use data to develop goals through a collaborative leadership process. Based on credits earned and/or different roles in their schools, participants may qualify for salary differentials.
The second year deepens participants’ understanding of how to improve educational outcomes at a school level, including the design and administration of school systems. At the end of this year, successful candidates will receive a master’s degree from Hunter College and are qualified to take state exams for the New York State Building and District Leader Certification.
Program Eligibility :
Generally, all eligible candidates should
- Possess current NYS teacher certification (initial or professional)
- Hold a bachelor’s degree with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0
- Hold a master’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5
- Have a minimum of three years of teaching experience
- Submit a letter of recommendation from a principal
- Submit undergraduate and graduate transcripts
How to Apply
The deadline to apply to join is Monday, June 4th.
Applying earlier is strongly encouraged.
Application Step 1:
Gather your application materials (all undergraduate and graduate unofficial transcripts, including transfer credits, resume, written essays).
Submit your application using the link below. For applications, who have an undergraduate or graduate degree from an international institution, please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Application Step 2:
Applicants who move on to the next round of the application process will attend a group interview process. Details of the interview are TBD and will be sent the week of June 4, 2018. Interviews will most likely take place the week of June 11th in the evening.
Application Step 3:
Applicants who are offered acceptance into the program will be asked to fill out an abbreviated application with Hunter College, which includes sending official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, immunization records and an application fee. Participants in the program must pay Hunter College tuition and fees. If you are interested in applying for Federal Financial aid, please fill out the FAFSA form and indicate Hunter College as your institution.