City School District of Albany
The City School District of Albany (CSDA) serves a vibrant student population of more than 9,300 students and their families in New York’s Capital Region. Recognized by dynamic growth from expanding refugee populations, The City School District of Albany has 11 elementary schools, four middle schools, an alternative-education program for middle- and high-school students, the Albany International Center serving refugee and immigrant students in grades 6-12, and Albany High School, a comprehensive high school with a career and technical center. While rising graduation rates continue to be a goal, the district is also a regional leader in high school Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate program courses. As a Resident Intern here, you’ll experience a wide range of teaching experiences, expanding your skillset and building a solid classroom foundation with the support of a tight-knit community.
- Student achievement
- Quality instruction
- Leadership capacity and accountability
- Family empowerment
- Diverse community partnerships
- Equity in Education is a newly articulated initiative that guides the work of all district stakeholders, serving as a blueprint to ensure the removal of any barriers preventing students from reaching their full potential.
- Focus on literacy and social-emotional health and development to improve academic achievement.
- College & career readiness continues to be an area of attention to promote access and opportunity for all students beyond the P-12 educational experience.
- Strengthening the safety and security in every building and supporting building leaders in their efforts be more effective instructional leaders.
- 30-credit master of arts in teaching (MAT) program
- Meet online with NYU Steinhardt faculty and peers twice per week in the evening for your course work ~15 hours/week
- ~40 hours/week in classroom residency at partner location
- Stipend or wage from partner school
- Full-day cost details
As a resident, you'll work full time under a mentor teacher and have the opportunity to support students daily. Your role in the classroom increases over the course of the year – progressing from working with students one-on-one to facilitating small group discussions, and eventually lead teaching up to three periods a day. Here are some more details about being a resident in the City School District of Albany.
During residency year
Residency: End of August 2022
After residency year
The figures above are estimates provided by our partners for informational and planning purposes only. NYU Steinhardt does not guarantee these amounts.