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Genishi, Celia
Professor Emerita of Education
Curriculum & Teaching
212-678-3079

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302D Zankel

Educational Background

B.A., Barnard College (Spanish Literature); M.A.T., Harvard University (Teaching Modern Foreign Languages); Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (Early Childhood Education, Language and Reading Development Program)

Scholarly Interests

Early childhood education. Language in the classroom. Qualitative research. Childhood bilingualism.

Selected Publications

Ways of Assessing Children and Curriculum: Stories of Early Childhood Practice (Teachers College Press).

The Need for Story: Cultural Diversity in Classroom and Community (National Council of Teachers of English).

"Talking their way into print: English language learners in a pre-kindergarten classroom" (Beginning Reading and Writing).

 "Teaching in early childhood education: Understanding practices through research and theory" (Handbook of Research on Teaching, 4th ed.).

Courses

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Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

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/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

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/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

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/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

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Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

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In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

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/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

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Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

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/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

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/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

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/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

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A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

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Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

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/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

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Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

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A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

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A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

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/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

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/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

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/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

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/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

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/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

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A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

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A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

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/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

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A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

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/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

It's Circle Time for Pre-K

President Obama's proposal to expand early childhood programs has sparked a debate about a strategy many believe should be a national priority.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

TC Wins Federal Funding to Prepare Dually-Certified Early Childhood Teachers

A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

Debunking the Myths of Multilingualism

A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

James Banks and TC contributors discuss the new Encyclopedia of Diversity

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

It's Circle Time for Pre-K

President Obama's proposal to expand early childhood programs has sparked a debate about a strategy many believe should be a national priority.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

TC Wins Federal Funding to Prepare Dually-Certified Early Childhood Teachers

A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

Debunking the Myths of Multilingualism

A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

James Banks and TC contributors discuss the new Encyclopedia of Diversity

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

It's Circle Time for Pre-K

President Obama's proposal to expand early childhood programs has sparked a debate about a strategy many believe should be a national priority.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

TC Wins Federal Funding to Prepare Dually-Certified Early Childhood Teachers

A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

Debunking the Myths of Multilingualism

A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

James Banks and TC contributors discuss the new Encyclopedia of Diversity

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

It's Circle Time for Pre-K

President Obama's proposal to expand early childhood programs has sparked a debate about a strategy many believe should be a national priority.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

TC Wins Federal Funding to Prepare Dually-Certified Early Childhood Teachers

A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

Debunking the Myths of Multilingualism

A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

James Banks and TC contributors discuss the new Encyclopedia of Diversity

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

It's Circle Time for Pre-K

President Obama's proposal to expand early childhood programs has sparked a debate about a strategy many believe should be a national priority.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

TC Wins Federal Funding to Prepare Dually-Certified Early Childhood Teachers

A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

Debunking the Myths of Multilingualism

A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

James Banks and TC contributors discuss the new Encyclopedia of Diversity

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/

Publishing, Family Style

In a business that's losing its personal touch, Teachers College Press doesn't just publish books-- it convenes a community that brings them into the world.

/media-center/highlights/publishing-family-style/

Celia Genishi

Professor of Education

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/celia-genishi/

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/professor-genishi-asks-in-race-to-the-top-whos-accounting/

A Much Loved Colleague Bids Farewell

Ida Esannason retires after three decades of service

/newsroom/articles/2011/july/a-much-loved-colleague-bids-farewell/

Genishi, Martinez-Roldan and Mensah Honored by AERA

Genishi receives multiple honors, including the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award

/newsroom/articles/2012/april/genishi-martinez-roldan-and-mensah-honored-by-aera/

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

Faculty Named AERA Fellows

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/faculty-named-aera-fellows/

Seven TC Faculty Members Are Named AERA Fellows

Seven Teachers College faculty members have been named 2010 Fellows of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The purpose of the AERA Fellows Program is to honor education researchers with substantial research accomplishments, to convey the Association's commitment to excellence in research, and to enable the next generation of emerging scholars to appreciate the value of sustained achievements in research and the breadth of scholarship worthy of recognition. The Program is intended to recognize excellence in research and be inclusive of the scholarship that constitutes and enriches education research as an interdisciplinary field. Fellows are nominated by their peers, selected and recommended by the Fellows Committee, and approved by the AERA Council, the Association's elected governing group.

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/seven-tc-faculty-members-are-named-aera-fellows/

It's Circle Time for Pre-K

President Obama's proposal to expand early childhood programs has sparked a debate about a strategy many believe should be a national priority.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/its-circle-time-for-pre-k/

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

Preparing Early Childhood Teachers

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/preparing-early-childhood-teachers/

TC Wins Federal Funding to Prepare Dually-Certified Early Childhood Teachers

A $1.25 million grant aims to increase the number of teachers serving very young children with special needs in Curriculum and Teaching.

/newsroom/articles/2011/october/tc-wins-federal-funding-to-prepare-dually-certified-early-ch/

The Play is the Thing

At TC's Rita Gold Center, imagination is the curriculum

/newsroom/articles/2010/december/the-play-is-the-thing/

Debunking the Myths of Multilingualism

A panel of TC faculty members take on some common hopes and fears

/newsroom/articles/2011/march/debunking-the-myths-of-multilingualism/

A Book as Diverse as its Topic

James Banks and TC contributors discuss the new Encyclopedia of Diversity

/newsroom/articles/2013/april/a-book-as-diverse-as-its-topic/

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

/newsroom/articles/2012/march/a-group-of-tc-faculty-condemns-the-release-of-teacher-evalua/