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Donations To Education Schools May Be New Trend

A New York Times article, which was printed on March 1, indicated the possibility of a long-awaited trend in light of recent large donations given to education schools. Joseph Brosnan, vice president of development and external affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University, was quoted in the article. He said that while education school alumni donors do not typically have the same level of wealth as business, law and medical school donors, now could be the time for education schools to receive its share of support.
A New York Times article, which was printed on March 1, indicated the possibility of a long-awaited trend in light of recent large donations given to education schools. Joseph Brosnan, vice president of development and external affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University, was quoted in the article. He said that while education school alumni donors do not typically have the same level of wealth as business, law and medical school donors, now could be the time for education schools to receive its share of support.

For more information, see the full article, "Large Gift to Education School Raises Hopes a Trend Is Starting," at the
New York Times'
Web site.

Published Sunday, Apr. 14, 2002

Donations To Education Schools May Be New Trend

A New York Times article, which was printed on March 1, indicated the possibility of a long-awaited trend in light of recent large donations given to education schools. Joseph Brosnan, vice president of development and external affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University, was quoted in the article. He said that while education school alumni donors do not typically have the same level of wealth as business, law and medical school donors, now could be the time for education schools to receive its share of support.

For more information, see the full article, "Large Gift to Education School Raises Hopes a Trend Is Starting," at the
New York Times'
Web site.
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