Participants in the Institute can either earn:

Professional Development Credits 
(CEUs or CTLEs)*


Earn 3 graduate course credits by enrolling in a TC Summer B Course (more courses to come):

EDP 4023 Issues: Reimagining Education: Policies for Effective Teaching and Learning in Racially Diverse Schools

  Amy Stuart-Wells, Teachers College, Columbia University

This course provides graduate students studying education policy a unique opportunity to listen to and engage the Summer Institute speakers and participants. The course will meet as part of the regularly-scheduled programming of the institute from Monday, July 16th to Thursday, July 19th, 9 am to 5 pm. Students will also meet once for a pre-institute meeting and once for a post-institute meeting to discuss their class-specific readings and assignments related to the central themes of the Institute but tailored to a graduate course in the multidisciplinary field of education policy. This is a 3-credit course with variable credit options. This course fulfills M.A. requirements for Educational Policy and Sociology and Education Programs.


*Participants can earn three continuing education units (CEUs), or 30 New York State continuing teacher and leader education hours (CTLEs), or three graduate course credits. Single-day passes are also available.

To register for the Summer Institute and receive CEU or CTLE credit, or for a single-day pass, visit the Continuing Professional Studies Summer Institute Page.

For a 10 percent discount on groups of two or more, or special pricing for New York City public school teachers and returning participants, please contact

In development: a 12-credit advanced certificate program based on the Reimagining Education curriculum, incorporating distance (online) learning throughout the year. We will send out details in early 2018.

For more information, contact: Dianne Delima and Ann LoBue at; Amy Deiner at

Learn more about:

Professional Development Credits 

on the Summer Institute on the Continuing Professional Studies site.