Monday, March 31, 2014

Latin Teacher Position: The Brooklyn Latin School

The Brooklyn Latin School is accepting applications for for a Latin teaching position.


Subject to sufficient budget, positions in the school may include, but not be limited to: Latin Teacher


The Brooklyn Latin School (TBLS) is one of New York City’s eight specialized (i.e. exam) high schools, offering a classical, liberal arts education. A replication of the prestigious Boston Latin School, TBLS was founded in 2006, and all of its upper class students are enrolled in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, a challenging two-year course of study widely recognized by the world’s leading universities. We are presently seeking results-oriented teachers who exhibit effective leadership, thorough content knowledge, a reflective nature, a strong work ethic, and an appreciation for the discipline of teaching.

Friday, March 7, 2014

NYU Center for Ancient Studies - Upcoming Events

The NYU Center for Ancient Studies is sponsoring two lectures this month: The Sophistic Practice (3/21) and The Gods of Olympus: Travel and Transformation (3/27). Information about each of these free lectures can be found below.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

APA’s New Pre-collegiate Membership

Are you a teacher in grades K-12 who wants to keep up with scholarly discussion of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome? The American Philological Association has always welcomed pre-collegiate teachers as regular members and will continue to do so, but they have created a new membership category for teachers who are interested in exploring the world of classics and supporting their efforts to distribute and advance knowledge of the ancient world but who do not need to use the APA placement service or make presentations at the APA's annual meeting.