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  • Winning Allies in High Places for a Crusade for Student Health
  • "Every Voice" Is Heard From: A Unique Children
  • Could Focus On Mental Illness Help Curb Mass Violence?

    Could Focus On Mental Illness Help Curb Mass Violence?

    Appearing on Fox News Latino, Dinelia Rosa, director of TC's Dean-Hope Center for Education and Psychological Services, explores the connection between violent incidents such as school shootings and the broader lack of care for people with mental illness.
    Published: 3/24/2014

  • Dining Quick and Well

    Nutrition educator and media personality Ellie Krieger (M.S. '94), alumna of TC's Program in Nutrition, talks about her latest book, Weeknight Wonders: Delicious, Healthy Dinners in 30 Minutes of Less.
    Published: 3/24/2014

  • Enigmatic Inequality in New York City

    Enigmatic Inequality in New York City's Public Schools

    What was the legacy of the Bloomberg-Klein era in New York City's public schools? Speaking in the College's Endowed Professorship Lecture Series, Aaron Pallas, TC's Arthur I. Gates Professor of Sociology and Education, says the "stock portfolio management" operating philosophy of the past 12 years did not stem unequal distribution of quality teachers, dollars and high-needs students.
    Published: 3/24/2014

  • Pathways to the Common Core State Standards: The Challenge to Understand and Implement the CCSS

    Pathways to the Common Core State Standards: The Challenge to Understand and Implement the CCSS

    Lucy Calkins, Director of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, delivers a Provost's Series talk on the Common Core State Standards, about which she has written the nation's most widely read book.
    Published: 3/24/2014

  • Thoughts and Feelings about DSM-5

    Thoughts and Feelings about DSM-5

    The mental health field's new diagnostic manual was published last May to widespread controversy. In January, hosted by TC psychology professor Philip Saigh, Columbia psychiatrist and past DSM author Michael First described how the manual's increased focus on causes rather than symptoms has changed disorder groupings in some problematic ways.
    Published: 3/24/2014

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