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Jack Jennings, Christopher Cross, Wendy Puriefoy will reflect on U.S. education policy and where it's headed beyond the 2012 election.
Charles Basch, TC's Richard March Hoe Professor of Health Education, was one of four experts who met recently with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to discuss the connection between health disparities and the minority achievement gap and propose ways that schools can promote student health and wellness.
The 68th annual Superintendents Work Conference will be held on July 28 and 29 for local superintendents juggling competing reform pressures and shrinking budgets.
Research Center for Arts and Culture, Long Based at TC, Will Join the National Center for Creative Aging
A pioneering initiative expands its mission
The new Center takes an interdisciplinary approach to problem-solving research in the public sector by combining the effort of Priscilla Wolhstetter at TC with Columbia's Schools of Law, Business and Social Work.
A new department will centralize the College's interdisciplinary policy work and bring together some of the nation's leading experts.
An education policy discussion on November 8 with Geoffrey Whitty, Director of the Institute of Education, London
Many community college students need remedial coursework, but new research on innovative programs offers some hope.
TC screened "Waiting for Superman," the controversial new documentary about five families trying to get their children into charter schools. A panel of TC faculty discussed the film in the Cowin Center auditorium.
Thomas Bailey, TC's George and Abby O'Neill Professor Economics and Education, will lead a new national committee that will recommend steps for two-year colleges to comply with federal graduation and completion-rate disclosure requirements.
Charles Basch, Richard March Hoe Professor of Health Education, was one of a small group of people from around the nation to participate in a meeting at the White House on April 9th that focused on First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign to prevent childhood obesity.