Press Room: NYC Schools
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Principals from across the city share stories of resilience in Sandy's aftermath
N'Deye M'Baye and Trinity Faulkner, two first-grade students at Teachers College Community School (TCCS), were semifinalists in a recent nationwide art contest celebrating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
Rap artist GZA was in the house as he and Chris Emdin, Assistant Professor of Science Education, launched a Hip Hop Science Battle for students at 10 local public high schools. DNA Info captured the event.
A "moving up ceremony" for the inaugural kindergarten class represents a milestone in an evolving fairy tale
A program for stellar principals is expanding westward under a new director
In leading the new Teachers College Community School, Jeanene Worrell-Breeden sees an opportunity to "make a qualitative difference"
As New York City improves its track record in accommodating students with disabilities, score a major assist for TC
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
In closing, the Petrie Fellows program celebrates its contribution to urban teaching
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)
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.