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Assistant Superintendent Publishes Journal Article

Dr. Fino Celano's journal published in the fall 2012 issue of the "Long Island Eduction Review."

Dr. Fino Celano, Garden City Public Schools assistant superintendent for personnel.
Dr. Fino Celano, Garden City Public Schools assistant superintendent for personnel.
Dr. Fino Celano, Garden City Public Schools assistant superintendent for personnel, had his journal, “Designing Mentoring Programs to Increase New Teacher Efficacy,” published in the Fall 2012 issue of Long Island Education Review.

Dr. Celano co-authored the article with University of Alabama professor Dr. Roxanne Mitchell, formerly of St. John’s University. Dr. Mitchell served as a mentor on Dr. Celano’s dissertation committee at St. John’s and the pair subsequently presented Dr. Celano’s findings at the national conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in April 2011.

“I was very happy to be included in this peer-reviewed research journal,” commented Dr. Celano. “The recruitment and training of new teachers continues to be recognized as a critical component of the formula for the academic success of our students.”

The complete article is available online through SCOPE at http://www.scopeonline.us/publications.php

Submitted by the Garden City School District
kent penney February 12, 2013 at 05:00 AM
Dr. Celano, if your goal is to produce the best possible education, then why don't you promote school choice, where private schools outperform public school monopolies in all metrics by a staggering margin? http://www.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/articles/10.1.1.175.6495.pdf The reason that trust in public education has declined, as you said, is due to the fact that despite the enormous sums of money thrown at the problem, public schools don't work. Full stop.
kent penney February 12, 2013 at 05:41 AM
Obv. was a rhetorical question. We all know the answer.

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