Commencement 2013TC Graduates Gallery
Meet a group of recent grads who are determined to make a difference through diverse careers in education, health and psychology. Read more...
More Food for Big ThoughtTC's "Mini Moments with Big Thinkers" series continues with George Bonanno, Professor of Psychology and Education; Vivian Ota Wang (M.Phil, ’94, Ph.D., ’95); Viola Vaughn (Ed.D., '84); Raphael Montanez Ortiz (Ed.D., ’82); and Antoinette Gentile, Professor Emeritus, Movement Sciences. Read more...
Meeting the Challenge of a Hyper-Connected WorldAt Convocation, President Susan Fuhrman told the College's 2013 graduates that James Russell's vision of "the unity of all knowledge" is even more relevant in today's "hyper-connected and turbo-charged world." Read more...
Abby M. O'Neill Gives $11 Million to Teachers College for Scholarship SupportA gift that reflects a passion for supporting aspiring New York City teachers. Read more...
Honoring a Legacy for Generations to ComeThe fifth annual iteration of the College’s signature homecoming event – themed “Celebrating a Tradition for Tomorrow” in recognition of TC’s 125th anniversary – was designed to “reflect our goal to honor and advance the TC legacy for generations to come” Read more...
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Thomas W. Evans, a prominent lawyer, statesman, author and educator who chaired TC's Board of Trustees from 1991 through 1998, passed away earlier this month at his home in Bay Harbour Islands, Florida. He was 82.
Anderson was a post-doctoral minority fellow at TC and an associate professor in the Program in Higher and Postsecondary Education at TC . He is also a former higher education policy officer in Educational Opportunity and Scholarship programs at the Ford Foundation in New York.
The dysphagia therapy and research of Professor Georgia Malandraki, and the progress of patient Joseph Forrester, is highlighted in a Fox Health News story.
The 2013 Teachers College TESOL summer certificate program is drawing many applicants like Joy, a successful book designer who, when she volunteered at a local literacy center, had no idea that she was taking the first step into a new career.
First it was the bus shelters, now it's the streets. The first in an ongoing series of banners celebrating the College's many academic strengths and the power of its alumni have gone up along Broadway, between 110th and 114th Streets and again between 118th and 120th Streets, and on 120th between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
This article assesses the relationship between teachers' participation in content-focused professional development and state and school policies.
Inviting Interdisciplinary Alliances Around Inclusive Educational Reform: Introduction to the Special Issue on Disability Studies in Education
This article introduces the special issue, Disability Studies in Education.
Drawing on direct experience, the authors, a long-time tribal leader and a non-Native academic, consider the challenges of developing partnerships between Indigenous communities (Native American, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders) and U.S. higher education. While the latter gives plenty of press to its commitments to diversity and multiculturalism, the relevant history of tribes and tribal sovereignty since European contact and the epistemological contrasts in the two cultures often go overlooked - omissions that significantly impair the likelihood of successful partnership.
The editors of the Teachers College Record are pleased to announce the NSSE Yearbooks for 2013.
For 110 years, Teachers College Press has addressed the ideas that matter most to educators, opening and expanding the dialogue between theory and practice.
Pasi Sahlberg's "Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?" won the 2013 Grawemeyer Award in Education, following up on Linda Darling-Hammond's 2012 win for "The Flat World in Education: How America's Commitment to Equity Will Determine Our Future".
Author booksigning times are live at www.tcpress.com/authors_events.html. Follow us on Twitter to get up-to-date information about booksignings, discounts, and more: @tcpress #AERA2013.
TCP author Anita Pandey speaks with Amy Kiley of WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio's show, Lake Effect, about her book Language Building Blocks.
Susan B. Neuman and Donna C. Celano's "Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance" gains an Honorable Mention in the Education category.
An exploration of Schmidt and McKnight's "Inequality for All: The Challenge of Unequal Opportunity in American Schools" featured as lead story in American Educator's Spring 2013 Issue.
Pasi Sahlberg's "Finnish Lessons" was featured in the International Review of Education (pdf available for download).
Three TCP books finaled in the education category: Giving Our Children a Fighting Chance by Neuman and Celano, Professional Capital by Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullan, and We Don't Need Another Hero by Greg Michie.
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