I have some exciting news to share with you about how the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act will support your child care program as the state reopens.
I want to let you know about the New York Forward Child Care Expansion Incentive Program, a grant program created just for New York child care providers through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
Every year, we ask you to nominate a colleague who does outstanding work. During this challenging and unusual semester, we wanted to highlight a therapist who's done outstanding tele-therapy. Here's a conversation with with our occupational therapist of the year, Victoria Kravets (known affectionately by her students as Miss Vicky), who works at PS 231 in Brooklyn.
The following guidance was sent to all DOE-employed speech teachers, occupational therapists and physical therapists from Vice President for Special Education MaryJo Ginese on Monday, June 22.
The following email about course reimbursement and family leave was sent to all DOE-employed occupational and physical therapists from UFT President Michael Mulgrew on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
The following email about remote era licensing requirements was sent on May 22, 2020, to school secretaries by the New York City Department of Education.
The following email about the the remote-era student assessment process was sent on June 7, 2020, to all school psychologists by UFT Social Workers and Psychologists Chapter Leader Raul Garcia
The following email about the the remote-era student assessment process was sent on June 5, 2020, to all school nurses by UFT President Michael Mulgrew and UFT School Nurses Chapter Leader Cynthia Bennett.
I want to share some information with you about the New York Forward Loan Fund, which could help support your child care business. In addition, the state Office of Children and Family Services held a conference call with stakeholders on May 19 to discuss important concerns for child care providers.