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Bartlett, Lesley
International & Transcultural Studies
212-678-3794

Office:
376 GDodge

Office Hours:
On leave Fall 2014 - Spring 2015.

Educational Background

B.A., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1991);
Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2001).

Scholarly Interests

Anthropology of education; International and comparative education; literacy studies (including multilingual literacies); immigration and schooling; secondary education; teacher education; human rights and humanitarian issues; youth and adult education; Freire and critical pedagogy; race and class formation; Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States; sub-Saharan Africa.

Selected Publications

Books

Bartlett, L. and Ghaffar-Kucher, A. (eds) (2013). Refugees, Immigrants, and Education in the Global South: Lives in Motion. New York: Routledge.

Vavrus, F. and Bartlett, L. (eds) (2013). Teaching in Tension: International Pedagogies, National Policies, and Teachers' Practices in Tanzania. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Bartlett, L. and Garcia, O. (2011). Additive Schooling in Subtractive Times: Educating Dominican Immigrant Youth in the Heights. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Vavrus, F.. Thomas, M., and Bartlett, L. (2012). Ensuring Quality by Attending to Inquiry: Learner-Centered Pedagogy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Fundamentals of Teacher Education Development Series. Addis  Ababa: UNESCO International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa.

Bartlett, L. (2010). The Word and the World: The Cultural Politics of Literacy in Brazil. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Vavrus, F. and Bartlett, L. (eds) (2009) Critical Approaches to Comparative Education: Vertical Case Studies from Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Holland, D., C. Lutz, D. Nonini, L. Bartlett, M. Frederick, T. Guldbrandsen, and E. Murillo. (2007)  Local Democracy Under Siege. New York: New York University Press.

Articles and Chapters

Bartlett, L., and Vavrus, F. (fc). Research Global Educational Policy: Transversing the Vertical Case Study. Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

Vavrus, F. and Bartlett, L. (2012). Comparative Pedagogies and Epistemological Diversity: Social and Material Contexts of Teaching in Tanzania. Comparative Education Review 56, 4, 634-658.

Bartlett, L. (2012). South-South Migration and Education: The Case of Schooling for Haitian Immigrant Youth in the Dominican Republic. Compare 42, 3.

Bartlett, L. and Koyama, J. (2012). Additive Schooling: A Critical Small School for Latino Immigrant Youth. In Tyner, Alia and Hantzopoulos, Maria (eds), Critical Small Schools in New York City. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

Bartlett, L., Jayaram, K., and Bonhomme, G. (2011). State Literacies and Inequality: Managing Haitian Immigrants in the Dominican Republic. International Journal of Educational Development 31, 6, 587-595.

Garcia, O. and Bartlett, L. (2011). Dominican Youth in New York City Schools: A community stands up and delivers. Camino Real 4, 2. Madrid: Instituto Franklin of Universidad de Alcalá.

Koyama, J. and Bartlett, L. (2011). Bilingual Education as Political Spectacle. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 14, 2: 173-187.  

Bartlett, L., López, D., Vasudevan, L. and Warriner, D. (2011) The Anthropology of Literacy. In Levinson, B., and Pollock, M. (Eds.), A Companion to the Anthropology of Education. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell. Pp. 154-176.

Bartlett, L., López, D., Mein, E., and Valdiviezo, L. (2011) Adolescent Literacies in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Gadsden, V., Wortham, S., & Lukose, R. (Eds.), Review of Research in Education 35, 1, pp. 174-207.

Bengtsson, S. and Bartlett, L. (2011) From Child-Friendly Schools to Child-Friendly Research Methods. In Education in Conflict: A Tribute to Jackie Kirk. New York: Teachers College Press. Pp. 235-254.Bartlett, L. (2008). Literacy’s Verb: Exploring What Literacy Is and What Literacy Does. International Journal of Educational Development 28, 6, pp. 737-753.

Bartlett, L. (2007) Bilingual Literacies, Social Identification, and Educational Trajectories. Linguistics in Education 18, 3-4, pp. 215-231.

Bartlett, L. (2007) Human Capital or Human Connections? The Cultural Meanings of Education in Brazil. Teachers College Record 109, 7, 1613-1636.

Bartlett, L. (2007). Literacy, Speech, and Shame: The Cultural Politics of Literacy and Language in Brazil. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 20, 6, 1-17.

Bartlett, L. (2007). The Comparative Ethnography of Educational Projects: Youth and Adult Literacy Programmes in Brazil. Compare 37, 2, 151-166.

Bartlett, L. (2007). To Seem and to Feel: Situated Identities and Literacy Practices. Teachers College Record 109, 1, 51-69.

Garcia, O. and Bartlett, L. (2007). Educating Speech Communities: An Unusual School Model for Latino Newcomers in an Era of Standards. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 10, 1, 1-25.

Michael, A., Andrade, N., and Bartlett, L. (2007). Figuring “Success” in a Bilingual High School. Urban Review 39(2).

Bartlett, L. (2007) To Seem and to Feel: Cultural Artifacts and Literacy Practices. In New Literacy Studies, Global and Local, edited by Mastin Prinsloo and Mike Baynham.  London: AILA and John Benjamins Publishers.

Garcia, O., Bartlett, L., and Kleifgen, J. (2007). From Biliteracy to Pluriliteracies. In Handbook on Multilingualism and Multilingual Communication, vol. 5,edited by Li Wei and Peter Auer.  Mouton/de Gruyter. Pp. 207-228.

Vavrus, F. and Bartlett, L. (2006). Comparatively Knowing: Making a Case for the Vertical Case Study. Current Issues in Comparative Education. (on-line at http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/8.2/82vavrus_bartlett.pdf )

Bartlett, L. and Brayboy, B. (2006). Race and Schooling: Theories and Ethnographies. Introduction to Race and Schooling, a special issue of Urban Review 37, 5, 361-374.

Bartlett, L. (2005). Dialogue, Knowledge, and Teacher-Student Relations: Freirean Pedagogy in Theory and Practice. Comparative Education Review 49(3): 344-364.

Bartlett, L. (2005). Identity Work and Cultural Artifacts in Literacy Learning and Use: A Sociocultural Analysis. Language and Education 19(1): 1-9.

Bartlett, L. (2003). World Culture or Transnational Project? Competing Educational Projects in Brazil. In Kathryn Anderson-Levitt, (ed.), Local Meanings, Global Schooling: Anthropology and World Culture Theory. New York: Palgrave Global Publishing. Pp. 183-200.

Bartlett, L. (2003). Common Roots, Shared Shortcomings: Conceptions of Power in Freirean Literacy and Alternative Development. Den Ny Verden (The New World). Aarhus, Denmark.

Bartlett, L. (2003). Social Studies of Literacy and Comparative Education: Intersections. Current Issues in Comparative Education 5(2). http://www.tc.columbia.edu/CICE/

Bartlett, L. (2001) Women Teaching Class: Emotional Labor in Brazilian Literacy Classes. The Anthropology of Work Review 22, 3, 22-26.

Bartlett, L., Frederick, M, Gulbrandsen, T., and Murillo, E. (2002). The Marketization of Education: Public Schools for Private Ends. Anthropology and Education Quarterly 33, 1, 5-29.

Bartlett, L. and Holland, D. (2002). Theorizing the Space of Literacy Practices. Ways of Knowing Journal 2, 1, 10-22.

Bartlett, L. and Lutz, C. (1998). Disciplining Social Difference: Some Cultural Politics of Military Training in Public High Schools. The Urban Review 30, 2, 119-136.

Bartlett, L. and Lutz, C. (1995). JROTC: Making Soldiers in the Public Schools. Education Digest 61, 3, 9-12.

Courses

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/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

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/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

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/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

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An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

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Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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An Online Primer on Peace Education

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/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

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/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

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/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

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It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

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Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

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Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

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/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

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It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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

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

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/

An Online Primer on Peace Education

Monisha Bajaj has developed the Encyclopedia of Peace Education on the College's Web site that charts the history and new directions of a still-evolving field

/media-center/highlights/an-online-primer-on-peace-education/

Diversity Is the Theme at AERA

It’s the world’s foremost gathering of education researchers (12,000 from 53 countries), and its theme this year was “Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability.” So it’s not surprising that the 2005 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), held in Montreal in early April, drew more than 162 presenters, panel participants and session chairs from Teachers College alone.

/media-center/highlights/diversity-is-the-theme-at-aera/

Literacy's Great Expectations

Does "the word" empower, as Freire argued, or perpetuate the status quo? TC's Lesley Bartlett went to the philosopher's homeland for answers

/newsroom/articles/2010/may/literacys-great-expectations/

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

Winter Reading: Books by TC Faculty

/newsroom/articles/2012/february/winter-reading-books-by-tc-faculty/

Investing in African Education

Center for African Education launches new certificate offered for concentrations in African Education Related Studies

/newsroom/articles/2010/march/investing-in-african-education/

Faculty Member Lesley Bartlett and Alumna Ameena Ghaffar-Kucher to Receive CIES National Book Award

Refugees, Immigrants and Education in the Global South, which includes six chapters authored or coauthored by TC graduates or doctoral students, questions the distinctions between "immigrant" and "refugee."

/newsroom/articles/2014/march/faculty-member-lesley-bartlett-and-alumna-ameena-ghaffar-kuc/

TC Education Anthropologist Herve Varenne Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Herve Varenne, TC Professor of Anthropology and Education, has received the George and Louise Spindler Award for lifetime achievement from the Council on Anthropology and Education.

/newsroom/articles/2013/november/tc-education-anthropologist-herve-varenne-receives-lifetime-/

Learning From The Rest Of The World

It's a truly global classroom out there. Time for the United States to pull up a chair. It's called "learner-centered pedagogy," and since the 1970s it has been popular with some funders of education reform. Empower a group of students to work together on a project or report, the thinking goes, and they'll raise questions and own the work in ways that plain old didactic instruction could never produce.

/newsroom/articles/2013/june/learning-from-the-rest-of-the-world/

TC's Lesley Bartlett is honored by the Comparative and International Education Society

An article co-authored by Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Education, has received honorable mention in the competition for the 2012 George Bereday Award, which recognizes the best article published in the journal Comparative Education Review (CER).

/newsroom/articles/2013/march/tcs-lesley-bartlett-is-honored-by-the-comparative-and-inter/

TC's Lesley Bartlett Reflects on the Importance of Literacy and the Work Remaining

Writing in Noticias en Desarrollo, a publication of the University of the Andes, the Associate Professor of International and Transcultural Studies, writes, that "literacy, 'the great enabler,' correlates with other important capabilities."

/newsroom/articles/2012/september/tcs-lesley-bartlett-reflects-on-the-importance-of-literacy-/

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/

Education Policy Grounded in Research

T. Nicole Washington wants to translate research for educators and policymakers.

/newsroom/articles/2011/may/education-policy-grounded-in-research/