This report proposes that the knowledge base identified in this study, as well as the results of analysis of the survey, serve as the foundation for a comprehensive induction program for new supervisors and administrators in New York City.A set of nine guidelines to assist in program design is included.Offered continuously since 1990, these professional development sessions for Teaching Assistants (TAs) and Program/Project Assistants (PAs) focus on discrimination, diversity and harassment.The sessions are presented by OED and Mc Burney Disability Resource Center staff in partnership with DELTA and the Theatre for Cultural and Social Awareness.Microsoft® Office Front Page® 2003 allows you to create some custom validation within the form feature.(For more information on how to create form validation using the Front Page form feature, see About creating forms in Front Page 2003.) However, if the form validation provided in Front Page does not suit your needs or the site on which you are working is hosted on a server that does not have Front Page Server Extensions from Microsoft installed, you may need to create custom form validation.
The strategy involves administering a survey, "Inventory of Staff Development Priorities," to new and experienced supervisors, having them rank the importance of the domains, and analyzing the data.
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Questions concerning the training program and the proper rates of pay for TAs and PAs should be addressed to the Academic Personnel Office (265-2257) or to the Office for Equity and Diversity (263-2378).