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Teachers College, Columbia University, is the oldest and largest graduate school of education in the United States.

With approximately 90,000 alumni worldwide, it is our goal to reconnect Teachers College to each and every one of its alumni.
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Spring/Summer 2015

TC Today

The alumni magazine of Teachers College, Columbia University

Annual Report

Annual Report

The Teachers College Annual Report


News You Can Use

News You Can Use is a quarterly electronic newsletter about Teachers College's research, policy work, international initiatives and leadership in bridging theory and practice.

Alumni Newsletter

Alumni Newsletter

Monthly Alumni Newsletter

TC Press

Teachers College Press

For 110 years, Teachers College Press has addressed the ideas that matter most to educators, opening and expanding the dialogue between theory and practice.

tc record

Teachers College Record

The Teachers College Record is a journal of research, analysis, and commentary in the field of education. It has been published continuously since 1900 by Teachers College, Columbia University.

Find a Faculty Expert

Use our Faculty Expert Guide to locate a faculty member by their expertise.

If you already know the name of the faculty member who you would like to find out more information about, go to the faculty listing page.


The Power of the University-Assisted SchoolA series on TC Faculty who have built new programs, institutes and centers. In this edition: Ryan Baker, creator of the world's first program in Learning Analytics.  Thomas James, Provost and Dean

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President's Corner

State of the College 2015

The Power of the University-Assisted SchoolOn October 7th, Teachers College President Susan Fuhrman delivered her State of the College address in Cowin Auditorium, declaring that "TC is better positioned both academically and operationally to flourish for decades to come as a leader in shaping programs and fields that contribute to a smarter, healthier and more equitable world."