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Owning the legacy of an illustrious ancestor, Amanda Washington is trying to fix more than the classroom for poor students of color
Set in Rome, the new thriller by TC Board Co-Chair Jack Hyland spins the tale of a forensic archaeologist on the trail of a deadly pathogen.
Wells, who earned her Ph.D. from TC in 1991, is a leading authority on educational policy, race and education, charter schools, school desegregation, and school choice policy.
TC faculty member Anand R. Marri has been named Vice President and Head of Economic Education for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He will serve as the highest-ranking officer for education for the Federal Reserve System nationwide.
Co-designed by Azadeh Jamalian, a PhD candidate in Cognitive Studies in Education, Tiggly is featured in "Best Toys 2013: 14 Toys That Will Make Your Kids Smarter," on Time.com.
Preaching good sex --and good relationships-- in an uncertain world
Robert Taylor (Ed. D. '70), a digital pioneer who founded TC's Computing in Education Program in 1976 -- one of the first such graduate programs in the world -- passed away in late October.
TC Trustee Cory Booker, the two-term Mayor of Newark, has been elected to the U.S. Senate, defeating Republican Steve Lonegan in a special election called in June following the death of longtime New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg.
Maxine Greene, TC's William F. Russell Professor Emerita in Foundations of Education, will speak about poetry and urban youth Thursday, September 26th at 7 pm in TC's Milbank Chapel.
Liz Murray made it to Harvard after living on the street. Now she's come to Teachers College to learn to help others
Frank Moretti (Ph.D.'83), TC Professor of Communications and one of the nation's leading theorists and practitioners in the use of digital technology in education, passed away in early July after a long illness. He was 69.