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The 21st annual African Diaspora International Film Festival, which includes several first-run films and discussion sessions with directors that will take place at Teachers College, will open in New York City on November 29th.
TC's David Hansen argues for education that questions as much as it defines
Are educators and education policymakers truly confronting issues of race and racism? Has a focus on class trumped an awareness of race? Did school desegregation obscure other inequities?
Charles Payne, Frank P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor in the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration, will tackle these and other questions in delivering Teachers College's inaugural Edmund Gordon Lecture on Thursday, October 10th, at 6 pm in TC's Milbank Chapel.
...what would you tell the world in the year 2138 about Teachers College?
An enthusiastic crowd kicks off the academic year by celebrating TC's new address
Notice anything strange lately on campus?
First it was the bus shelters, now it's the streets. The first in an ongoing series of banners celebrating the College's many academic strengths and the power of its alumni have gone up along Broadway, between 110th and 114th Streets and again between 118th and 120th Streets, and on 120th between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.
TC will offer scholarships to admitted master's students from Brazil, beginning in the fall 2013.
The 125th anniversary celebration begins with a happy three hours in Zankel Hall
A series of ads in bus shelters establish TC's claim to being a place "where firsts happen"