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Since Arthur Levine became president of Teachers College, Columbia University five years ago, there have been many changes. An Education Week article entitled, "Under Levine, Teachers College Gets New Paint, New Programs," talks about how Levine has rebuilt and transformed TC, and the effects these changes have had on the faculty. In the article, Levine discussed his hope for TC in providing solutions to real-world problems faced today in our schools.
Since Arthur Levine became president of Teachers College, Columbia University five years ago, there have been many changes. An Education Week article entitled, "Under Levine, Teachers College Gets New Paint, New Programs," talks about how Levine has rebuilt and transformed TC, and the effects these changes have had on the faculty. In the article, Levine discussed his hope for TC in providing solutions to real-world problems faced today in our schools.

The article was published on May 26, 1999. For more information, see
Education Week's Web site.

Published Sunday, Apr. 14, 2002

Changes At Teachers College

Since Arthur Levine became president of Teachers College, Columbia University five years ago, there have been many changes. An Education Week article entitled, "Under Levine, Teachers College Gets New Paint, New Programs," talks about how Levine has rebuilt and transformed TC, and the effects these changes have had on the faculty. In the article, Levine discussed his hope for TC in providing solutions to real-world problems faced today in our schools.

The article was published on May 26, 1999. For more information, see
Education Week's Web site.
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