Brookline Early Education Program

The Brookline Early Education Program. Apply . 617.713.5471 Applying to BEEP
2014-2015 School Year Click here for a 2014-2015 School Year Application

Completed applications must be returned by November 15th. In addition, parent(s)/guardian(s) must attend one information session at the Brookline Public Library, Hunneman Hall, 361 Washington Street. Meetings will be held on the following dates/times:

December 4, 2013 10:30am- 11:30am
December 10, 2013 7:00pm- 8:00pm
December 11, 2013 10:30am- 11:30am

Please do not bring your child to these sessions. We will have slides of the range of classrooms throughout the BEEP community and will discuss the BEEP model. "Open Houses" specifically geared to the children will be held for each class of accepted students closer to the close of the school year. Notifications of acceptances and wait lists will be mailed on January 27th. If we are unable to offer you a placement at that time, your child's name will be placed on a waitlist and we will contact you if space becomes available.

Some things for NEW FAMILIES to bear in mind:
Applications for enrollment into the 2014-2015 year can be mailed between September 16 and November 15. Please be advised that this is NOT a first come first served process for incoming new families. All new applications submitted between September 16 and November 15 will bear equal weight.

Be flexible when choosing classroom locations: Not everyone will be able to send their child to the closest BEEP classroom. Indicate all classrooms you are willing to attend and rank them in preferred order.

APPLICATION POLICY
First priority in admission is given to those children returning from the previous year, and to siblings of students formerly enrolled in our program. We make every attempt to balance our classes appropriately through a lottery system. Factors that are considered include, but are not limited to, gender, age, primary language, special need, home school district, students who have previously applied and were not accepted and prior school experience. Age cut-offs are strictly followed. Proof of Brookline residency is required. The Brookline Early Education Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnic origin or marital status, disability, sexual orientation or political affiliation.

Tuition Assistance Information
Families who wish to be considered for tuition assistance are required to submit a separate application and attachments with their enrollment application. We follow the state guidelines for tuition assistance. Please refer to the first page of the tuition assistance application for guidelines.


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2013-10-17 08:24:01 by tlbrink

A lot of Continuing Medical Education is really sponsored by pharmaceutical companies and is hype for new medications.
What is your recommendation for CME that meets these criteria?
-- objective, unbiased
-- web-based
-- free
I like the Johns Hopkins programs.

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Opportunities may be in Community Education

2003-04-25 15:21:01 by msmath

I am not aware of any reason for needing a Masters for teaching ESL on the level that you would like to. Adult Education ESL classes are plentiful. Also, you may contact any of the several Community Education programs throughout the Bay area.
In some cases, these programs run concurrently with Adult Education programs; so, you may contact the Adult Schools in your area. In other cases, there are Community Centers that offer or would like to offer ESL classes. Through these programs, you may submit a proposal for teaching the class that you desire. Examples would be San Leandro Marina Community Center, or Hayward Community Center, or Newark Community Center or Berkeley Community Center

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