Press Room: Quoted & Noted
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The magazine reports that "the soft-spoken robot, whose name is short for 'projective agent'...helps students learn in part by making mistakes to keep them vigilant."
President Susan Fuhrman appeared on The Leonard Lopate Show to discuss the New York City mayoral candidates' positions on arts education and funding as a follow up to the July 30 candidates' forum at TC.
A study co-authored by TC's Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, which finds that during lean economic times some mothers may impose harsher and even violent discipline on their children, has received coverage in U.S. News and World Report and the Los Angeles Times.
TC Trustee Christopher Williams, C.E.O. of the Williams Capital Group, shares that and other management insights in the Sunday New York Times "Corner Office" column.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed TC student volunteers on Malala Day at the UN, when Malala Yousafzai,16, gave her first public address since being shot by the Taliban on her way to school in Pakistan.
Alumni Focus: David Johns (M.A. '06) has spent his life thinking about how to improve educational outcomes for African Americans. Now that's his job -- at the White House.
The science rap contest, co-sponsored by Christopher Emdin, Assistant Professor of Science Education: the hip-hop performer GZA; and Rap Genius, chose a citywide winner, Jabari Johnson, at its final showdown.
Anderson was a post-doctoral minority fellow at TC and an associate professor in the Program in Higher and Postsecondary Education at TC . He is also a former higher education policy officer in Educational Opportunity and Scholarship programs at the Ford Foundation in New York.
The dysphagia therapy and research of Professor Georgia Malandraki, and the progress of patient Joseph Forrester, is highlighted in a Fox Health News story.
The Professor of Law and Education and Head of the Campaign for Educational Equity, said the report was a "blunt" assessment of weakness in American education that still resonates 30 years later.
In two stories, the expert in gifted education says relying solely on standardized tests to admit students doesn't promote diversity in gifted and talented programs.