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An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).
One study found that online students were less likely to pass or graduate than students who took them in the classroom. In a separate study, students who combined remedial with for-credit classes did better than those who did only remedial work.
Thomas Bailey, Jeffrey Henig and Amy Stuart Wells are among 23 scholars selected to be the 2013 Fellows of the American Education Research Association.
New TC Center to Advance Multimedia Health and Science Education to Foster Health Equity and Academic Achievement
Teachers College will launch its new Center for Health Equity and Urban Science Education (CHEUSE) at its fifth annual Health Disparities Conference, March 15-16
TC's Program in Neuroscience and Education (part of the College's Department of Biobehavioral Sciences) has launched a new weekly lecture series on current issues in neuroscience.
A national conference on bullying co-sponsored by TC's Institute for Urban Minority Education was captured by C-Span
According to research co-authored by Professor Robert Carter, black Americans may have adverse mental health effects from perceived racism
Former TC Professor Tom Sobol has been confined to his bed for the past three years, but his new memoir is about the fullness of life
Food was front and center at TC on Valentine's Day, as the College hosted a major conference on food research, policy and practice and announced its new Laurie M. Tisch for Food, Education & Policy.
Drawing on research from TC's Community College Research Center, a New York Times editorial argues that online education may harm students who arrive at college academically under-prepared and lacking in non-academic skills.
Comprehension, memory and motivation can all improve when you engage in a little role-play — or when your Second Life avatar does