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A graduate of TC's leadership program for Army officers says the experience "changed the very lens through which I view the world"
Spiro, who holds a doctorate in adult and higher education from Teachers College, will oversee the foundation's $75-million Principal Pipeline initiative.
Mildred Garcia, who holds master's and doctoral degrees in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, will lead the Fullerton branch of the largest university system in the country.
Expert on school choice reforms and school finance policy is one of four scholars who will edit the association's scholarly publication
A unique bond between a TC faculty member and a former student
Preaching good sex --and good relationships-- in an uncertain world
Anna Neumann, Professor of Higher Education, has been installed as President of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). As President, Neumann will lead association-wide efforts in research, publication, teaching improvement, development of graduate education, and faculty preparation throughout 2011-12.
The veteran education reporter continues to edit the Hechinger Report, the Institute's independent education news service.
Herbert Gold, the Long Island, New York developer and philanthropist who, with his wife, Rita, funded the creation of TC's Rita Gold Early Childhood Center, passed away on November 25th at the age of 96.
The Professor of English Education and Director of TC's Institute of Urban Minority Education was inaugurated at the Council's annual meeting. He becomes President in 2013.
Office of School and Community Partnerships Names Kecia Hayes Director of the TC Partnership Schools
TC's Office of School and Community Partnerships (OSCP) announced that TC alumna Kecia Hayes has been named Director of the Teachers College Partnership Schools Consortium.