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  • Change and Growth for TC

    Change and Growth for TC's Cahn Fellows Program

    A program for stellar principals is expanding westward under a new director
    Published: 7/13/2012

  • New TCCS Principal: Building the School of Her Dreams

    New TCCS Principal: Building the School of Her Dreams

    In leading the new Teachers College Community School, Jeanene Worrell-Breeden sees an opportunity to "make a qualitative difference"
    Published: 8/17/2011

  • Getting Inclusive

    Getting Inclusive

    As New York City improves its track record in accommodating students with disabilities, score a major assist for TC
    Published: 7/6/2011

  • Serving in the City

    Serving in the City

    The College welcomes the first cohort of Teaching Residents@Teachers College (TR@TC), a new urban teacher residency program funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
    Published: 7/28/2010 1:04:00 PM

  • For They Were Jolly Good Fellows

    For They Were Jolly Good Fellows

    In closing, the Petrie Fellows program celebrates its contribution to urban teaching
    Published: 7/13/2010

  • Immigrant students read their stories at Student Press Initiative Event

    Immigrant students read their stories at Student Press Initiative Event

    From Haiti to Tibet, hundreds of young immigrant students and their families and teachers gathered to read from and celebrate the students' oral histories, recently published by TC's Student Press Initiative (SPI)
    Published: 6/2/2010

  • Studies Find Cahn Fellows Improve Student Performance

    Studies Find Cahn Fellows Improve Student Performance

    While there were no statistically significant differences in the student demographics of the schools studied, the two studies found that schools run by Cahn Fellow graduates out-performed their peers in terms of student English Language Arts and math scores, attendance, graduation rates, school environment surveys and Department of Education Quality Review.
    Published: 5/27/2010

  • Immigrant Students Will Read Their Oral Histories At TC

    Immigrant Students Will Read Their Oral Histories At TC

    Hundreds of young immigrant students and their families will gather this Thursday, May 27 at 11 a.m. at Teachers College, Columbia University to read from and celebrate their recently published oral history, Speaking Worlds. The event will be held in the Joyce Cowin Auditorium, at 120th Street N.W. and Broadway. The authors will sign copies of the five-volume book series, a collection of 130 immigrant voices from across New York City that is being created under through Teachers College's Student Press Initiative. Click here to see a graphic novel excerpt by SPI teaching artist and TC doctoral student Nick Sousanis that reflects material from the oral histories.
    Published: 5/24/2010

  • Helping the Best Get Better

    Helping the Best Get Better

    Four former TC Cahn Fellow principals describe the challenges they've faced in transforming their schools into some of New York City's best -- and the program's founder explains his vision. One of them - Lily Woo, pictured at left, is the focus of a chapter in the recently published book Leading Outside the Lines, by Jon R. Katzenbach and Zia Khan. Leading Outside the Lines, Chaper Seven
    Published: 5/13/2010

  • Philosophy in the Trenches

    Philosophy in the Trenches

    TC and Columbia volunteers are helping high school students ponder the meaning of it all
    Published: 2/4/2010

  • TC Receives a $9.75 Million Federal Grant to Create an Urban Teaching Residents Program

    TC Receives a $9.75 Million Federal Grant to Create an Urban Teaching Residents Program

    Teachers College is creating a new teacher residency program in which TC students apprentice for a year with experienced teachers in high-needs New York City public schools. A. Lin Goodwin (at left) secured a $9.75 million, five-year federal grant that will fund the Teaching Residents at Teachers College program (TR@TC- part of a broader effort to bring teacher education into the 21st century.
    Published: 10/2/2009

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