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Julie Cavanaugh

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PS 15

HQ Phone:  (718) 330-9280

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PS 15

71 Sullivan St.

Brooklyn, New York,11231

United States

Company Description

PS 15 is a community school in Red Hook, Brooklyn with a strong arts focus serving students in grades PreK-5. ... more

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Employment History

Special Education Teacher

Public School 15


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Teachers Network: Press: New York Teacher

teachersnetwork.org [cached]

UFTers (from left) Julie Cavanaugh of Brooklyn's PS 15, Lyntonia Coston of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media HS and Renny Fong of Manhattan's PS 130 were featured in a documentary "Teachers on Teaching."
Two such honorees were Julie Cavanaugh of PS 15 in Brooklyn and Lyntonia Coston of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media HS. Cavanaugh is working on a case study that examines the impact of school choice on families and communities. Coston's research focuses on how UFTers (from left) Julie Cavanaugh of Brooklyn's PS 15, Lyntonia Coston of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media HS and Renny Fong of Manhattan's PS 130 were featured in a documentary "Teachers on Teaching." sharing progress reports with parents and students can affect academic progress. "The network of people I was fortunate to meet continues to renew my teaching spirit," Coston said. The three UFTers - Fong, Cavanaugh and Coston - were featured in a documentary that was the highlight of the ceremony.


hechingerreport.org

MORE came together last May, uniting a number of opposition groups within the UFT and taking the reins for the Independent Coalition of Educators and Teachers for a Just Contract, which together earned a small percentage of votes in the last election.Unlike New Action, MORE is shooting for the top by nominating Julie Cavanaugh, a chapter leader at P.S. 15 in Red Hook, as a presidential candidate.
MORE's relatively recent genesis is likely to make a citywide campaign difficult, though. A recent after-school appearance by Cavanaugh at Murry Bergtraum High School in lower Manhattan, where chapter leader John Elfrank-Dana is a MORE member, attracted just 14 union members.


GothamSchools » Newsroom

gothamschools.org [cached]

MORE came together last May, uniting a number of opposition groups within the UFT and taking the reins for the Independent Coalition of Educators and Teachers for a Just Contract, which together earned a small percentage of votes in the last election. Unlike New Action, MORE is shooting for the top by nominating Julie Cavanaugh, a chapter leader at P.S. 15 in Red Hook, as a presidential candidate.


Teachers Network awards: Lesson plans reap many dividends - United Federation of Teachers

www.uft.org [cached]

UFTers (from left) Julie Cavanaugh of Brooklyn's PS 15, Lyntonia Coston of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media HS and Renny Fong of Manhattan's PS 130 were featured in a documentary "Teachers on Teaching."
Two such honorees were Julie Cavanaugh of PS 15 in Brooklyn and Lyntonia Coston of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media HS. Cavanaugh is working on a case study that examines the impact of school choice on families and communities. Coston's research focuses on how sharing progress reports with parents and students can affect academic progress. "The network of people I was fortunate to meet continues to renew my teaching spirit," Coston said. The three UFTers - Fong, Cavanaugh and Coston - were featured in a documentary that was the highlight of the ceremony.


www.accelify.com

"It's impossible to know how many kids throughout the city aren't getting services because of problems with SESIS," said Julie Cavanaugh, a special education teacher at Public School 15 in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
"It's not functioning properly - there's a serious flaw in the design," said Cavanaugh, adding that it's taking her twice as long to create records for students with disabilities using the new system.


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