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In the Washington Post, Fuhrman says, "With heightened accountability, you are on the line for student achievement. But we're neighbors. We have an obligation."
TC doctoral student Lorraine Mull and Columbia Continuing Education student Francesca ReDavid, founders of a youth empowerment program 'Girl Meets World', are bringing their message of 'Dream Big' to Harlem middle schools.
On a panel about women's education, Lesko said all-girls schools don't necessarily emphasize women's studies.
And New York City's efforts to right that imbalance "have made it worse," the expert in teaching gifted children says in Sunday's New York Times.
Commenting on a Gates Foundation study showing that effective teaching can be measured, the Professor of Sociology and Education says it's unclear how any formula will work in "high-stakes conditions."
America's favorite sex therapist, who holds a PhD in Education from TC, joined NPR's "Ask Me Another" host to discuss how people's views on sex have changed over the years.
Souto-Manning, Associate Professor of Education, tells talk show host Brian Lehrer that children need books that both reflect and expand their worlds.
If they don't, said the Associate Professor of Education, "they start thinking their language, practices or familiar places and values don't belong in school."
The Chair of TC's Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology tells The New York Times Magazine that psychotherapists have begun marketing their practices despite "deep discomfort" with commercializing their work.
Maybe not, Borland, an expert in the education of gifted and talented students, told Kurt Anderson on NPR's Studio 360 show.
In a Huffington Post article about charter schools, Luis Huerta says: "Scaling up sheer numbers is very different than scaling up schools that show promise."