Save a third of the total tuition cost and gain valuable experience as a clinical resident. A limited number of full-time students in the master’s degree program get selected to work several days a week with a literacy specialist in a public school. Residency details and application are online.
“I go out into the education field holding tight to the words of Lisa Delpit, which exemplify my program’s faculty, ‘They held visions of us that we could not imagine for ourselves. They were determined…we would achieve.’ ”
Jamie Sinicropi ’14, third grade teacher, Elizabeth Cady Stanton School, Seneca Falls, N.Y.
Education: B.Ed. & M.Ed., National College of Education; Ed.D., Syracuse University
Teaching and Research Interests: Emergent learners; foundations of literacy; diagnosis of reading and writing needs; accelerating the progress of students who need support in becoming readers and writers; children's literature and its use in the classroom; and program assessment and evaluation.
Proudest Moments: Working at a school that resulted in its being removed from the schools under registration review (SURR) list and working on Rochester Mayor Duffy's Literacy Council.
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