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Intensive Teaching Institute (ITI) in Bilingual Education is funded by New York State Education Department (NYSED) in partnership with St. John’s University, Graduate Programs in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
Interested certified public school teachers of special education or a pupil personnel areas such as school counseling, who are teaching or counseling ELLs, must first apply for and obtain tuition assistance approval from the NYSED BOCES Office of the Intensive Teacher Institute (ITI) before applying to one of St. John's School of Education ITI Programs.
Note that admission into a St. John's ITI Program does not ensure tuition assistance unless and until NYS BOCES ITI funding approval has been secured in writing by the applicant. Also, note that BOCES ITI approval does not automatically guarantee admission into a School of Education ITI program. Applications to the School of Education require with official transcripts and can be completed online.
Interested New York public school teachers or counselors must first apply for ITI Program tuition assistance through NYS BOCES ITI. Please contact BOCES ITI (noted below) for the tuition-assistance application form and information about eligibility requirements.
Please see a list of our Education Specialties faculty.
Sullivan Hall, Room email@example.com
718-990-1620Additional ITI Information
Ms. Jody Sperling
Eastern Suffolk BOCES
Sherwood Corporate Center
15 Andrea Road
Holbrook, NY 11741
Please view the School of Education Graduate Admission Application Requirements for detailed admission information.
Foundations (15 credits)
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