The source for news and events at Teachers College, Columbia University
Volume XIV, No. 4 ♦ 2/2009
Study Surprisingly Finds 47% of Israeli-Jews Believe that the 1948 Palestinian Refugees were Expelled by Israel
A TC doctoral student's new study reveals a more critical view of the 'Zionist narrative' of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The line-up includes conferences, roundtables, study tours and more
TC's Michael Rebell has established a new task force in New York State to urge comprehensive support for disadvantaged kids
For the second consecutive year, a member of the Teachers College faculty will head the flagship organization for scholars and practitioners in comparative and international education.
A professor and a student discuss America's first black president
Lori Fox has extensive higher education experience and a keen appreciation for TC's mission
Profiling graduates of integrated schools
Melanio Paredes, the Dominican Republic's Secretary of Education, traveled to Teachers College on December 2 to sign a letter of intent with President Susan Fuhrman. The letter of intent paved the way for TC and Dominican education officials to develop a partnership that will assist the Caribbean country in improving its educational system.
Students tackle issues of race and ethnicity in higher education at TC conference
A joint coaching program with Columbia for corporate executives reflects the new direction at CEO&I
William Snyder has been appointed interim director of the master's degree program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) at the Teachers College Japan campus.