Prepping for the Future: Teaching Students to be Teachers

“Early childhood education is a field that’s been hit with a teacher shortage and Capital Region BOCES is aiming to help alleviate that need. Juniors and seniors will be given the opportunity to take part in the Early Childhood Education Program, which is set to launch in September at the Albany campus.

Once a student completes the program, there’s a partnership with SUNY Cobleskill. Should they decide to pursue a career in education, this program could give them an advantage gaining their degree and finding a job.” – CBS 6 Albany

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Prepping for the future: Albany school is teaching students to be teachers


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