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A New Electronic Publication Debuts: "News You Can Use" from TC

As 2008 gets underway, Teachers College is releasing "News You Can Use," a new electronic publication that updates education school deans, public school superintendents and other leaders in the field on new research findings, community outreach programs, model curricula and other groundbreaking work from Teachers College.
As 2008 gets underway, Teachers College is releasing “News You Can Use,” a new electronic publication that updates education school deans, public school superintendents and other leaders in the field on new research findings, community outreach programs, model curricula and other groundbreaking work from Teachers College.

Produced quarterly by the Office of External Affairs and the Office of the TC Web, the publication is sent in the form of an email that contains a list of links to existing stories from the College’s publications, including stories posted exclusively on the Web.

“The title really is self-explanatory,” says Joe Levine, Executive Director of External Affairs. “This is not a puff piece for the college, but instead, information generated at TC that people in the field would genuinely find useful.”

With this, the second issue of the publication, some 16,000 TC alumni also will receive “News You Can Use” via email.

External Affairs welcomes suggestions for stories to include in “News You Can Use.” Please feel free to submit story ideas or other information of interest by emailing EA@TC.EDU or visiting www.tc.edu/newsbureau/newsrequest.htm.

Published Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008

A New Electronic Publication Debuts: "News You Can Use" from TC

As 2008 gets underway, Teachers College is releasing “News You Can Use,” a new electronic publication that updates education school deans, public school superintendents and other leaders in the field on new research findings, community outreach programs, model curricula and other groundbreaking work from Teachers College.

Produced quarterly by the Office of External Affairs and the Office of the TC Web, the publication is sent in the form of an email that contains a list of links to existing stories from the College’s publications, including stories posted exclusively on the Web.

“The title really is self-explanatory,” says Joe Levine, Executive Director of External Affairs. “This is not a puff piece for the college, but instead, information generated at TC that people in the field would genuinely find useful.”

With this, the second issue of the publication, some 16,000 TC alumni also will receive “News You Can Use” via email.

External Affairs welcomes suggestions for stories to include in “News You Can Use.” Please feel free to submit story ideas or other information of interest by emailing EA@TC.EDU or visiting www.tc.edu/newsbureau/newsrequest.htm.

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