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The Teachers College Annual Report

2009 ♦ 4/2010

  • Teachers College 2009 Officers, Trustees and Councils

    Teachers College 2009 Officers, Trustees and Councils

    All Trustees, Honorary & Emeriti Trustees and Councils valid as of December 31, 2009.
    Published: 1/4/2011 5:14:00 PM

  • Diversity and Community Affairs

    Diversity and Community Affairs

    Among its many programs, TC's Office for Diversity and Community Affairs hosted numerous community-wide dialogues and events during the 2009 academic school year.
    Published: 1/4/2011 4:47:00 PM

  • Corporations and Foundations

    Corporations and Foundations
    Published: 8/5/2010

  • Restricted Giving

    Teachers College benefits from the generosity of many donors who provide unrestricted gifts for current operations and restricted gifts for specific programs, projects and endowment. We have listed the names of those giving combined gifts of $1,000 or more below but wish to extend our sincerest gratitude to all donors who give to multiple priorities.
    Published: 4/5/2010

  • A Letter From the President

    A Letter From the President

    In 1900, in a report to the Teachers College Board of Trustees, James Earl Russell, TC's first Dean wrote, "The influence we are even now exerting extends in all directions and includes within its scope all grades of public instruction, from the kindergarten to the university, and practically every phase of educational and philanthropic activity."
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Research Highlights

    Research Highlights

    Research highlights
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • 2009: The Year in Review

    2009: The Year in Review

    The College builds a partnership with public schools in Harlem, creates a range of new initiatives abroad, wins new funding to support urban teaching and initiates an ongoing series of conversations among faculty aimed at identifying major global challenges that TC is uniquely positioned to address through cross-disciplinary collaboration.
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Enrollment


    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Go Green

    Go Green

    Go Green
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Development

    Published: 4/1/2010

  • New Faculty

    New Faculty

    New Faculty
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Front and Center on the National Stage
  • Shaping Education for Young and Old

    Shaping Education for Young and Old

    The ideas of TC faculty members Sharon Lynn Kagan and Tom Bailey are central in legislation currently before Congress
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Accountability for Community Colleges: The Carrot or the Stick?

    Accountability for Community Colleges: The Carrot or the Stick?

  • Funding Social Programs That Work

    Funding Social Programs That Work

    It's an idea whose time has come, and TC's Jeanne Brooks-Gunn is a big reason why
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Charting Paths to Learning

    Charting Paths to Learning

    A team at TC is trying to promote a national effort to develop better tools for teachers to monitor what kids understand and how their learning is progressing
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • It Takes All Kinds

    It Takes All Kinds

    A TC study makes a powerful case for revisiting integration-minded school policies of an earlier era

  • Outsourcing the District Office

    Outsourcing the District Office

    Schools are no longer being run from the central HQ. The results aren't quite what was expected
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Learning to educate the lawmakers

    Learning to educate the lawmakers

    TC's John Allegrante helped inaugurate the National Health Education Advocacy Summit. Now he brings his students there to find their voices
    Published: 4/1/2010

  • Honor Roll of Donors

    Honor Roll of Donors

    Our sincerest thanks to those of you who generously supported Teachers College during the 2008--2009 fiscal year.
    Published: 4/5/2010

  • The Annual Fund

    Supporting the Annual Fund means providing vital operating dollars so that Teachers College faculty and students have the resources they need to work at the highest levels of excellence, day in and day out. By giving to the Fund, donors help the College thrive, ensuring our margin of excellence and inspiring others to follow their example. It is an honor to acknowledge and thank all our Annual Fund donors. The names of those giving $250 or more to the Fund are listed below.
    Published: 4/5/2010

  • In honor and In memory

    With deep appreciation, we gratefully recognize the following donors who have made gifts to Teachers College in memory or in honor of friends, family and faculty.
    Published: 4/6/2010

  • Matching Gifts

    Matching Gifts

  • The Grace Dodge Society

    The Grace Dodge Society recognizes those alumni, faculty, staff, trustees and friends who, through their generosity, foresight and commitment, have provided for Teachers College in their wills, trusts or through other planned gifts. Reflecting the guiding spirit of TC's co-founder, Grace Hoadley Dodge, Society members share her view of education as the principal means to create better families, better communities and a better world.
    Published: 4/6/2010

  • Estate Gifts

    Teachers College gratefully acknowledges the generous support received from the estates of our alumni, faculty, trustees and friends. These very important planned gifts provide significant funds for scholarship, professorships, program and general support.
    Published: 4/6/2010

  • Financial Statement Highlights

    The accompanying financial statements have been prepared on the accrual basis of accounting in accordance with standards established by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) for external financial reporting by not-for-profit organizations.
    Published: 4/6/2010

  • Office of Sponsored Programs

    Office of Sponsored Programs
    Published: 4/1/2010