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TC Alumna Dr. Ruth is Subject of One-Woman Play, "Dr. Ruth, All the Way," reviewed by The New York Times
The play, written by playwright Mark St. Germain, who wrote Freud's Last Session, and starring Debra Jo Rupp, premiered at the Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires. Dr. Ruth Westheimer is profiled in TC Today.
Rather than having the donor dictate how the aid package is implemented, the $75 million USAID Teacher Education Project gives ownership to Pakistanis, and US partners act as consultants, Steiner-Khamsi says of the project.
Legislators and governors are scrutinizing colleges and universities to make sure scarce tax dollars aren't being wasted, even though there's little evidence that it makes schools better, Dougherty told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Luthar, Professor of Psychology and Education and an expert on the effect of wealth on adolescents and children, tells columnist Erin Carlyle that parents shouldn't "bail out" kids from tight situations.
TC's Center for Technology & Social Change Chosen by EPA to Direct Environmental Education Sub-Grants
CTSC will offer competitive awards of up to $5,000 to support hands-on, environmental education learning experiences for K-12 students in EPA Region II, including New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Students need to understand the budget process to be better able to analyze public policy options and engage in discussions on policy decisions.
Reyes — Senior Executive Assistant in TC's President's Office and a master's degree student at the College in Higher Education — recalls how reading "Death of a Salesman" in an English class at TC-affiliated Heritage School changed his life.
Not necessarily, Amy Stuart Wells told Education Week, but they "have always had the potential to be," because "they're not bound by residential patterns."
Davis Jenkins, a senior researcher at the Community College Research Center, tells the Associated Press that colleges would missplace students in remedial classes far less often if they examined high school transcripts.
Elisabeth Barnett, Senior Research Associate at TC's Community College Research Center, tellsEducation Week that bridge programsbetween high school and college "can help students gain comfort with college environment."