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TC's New Campaign Leaders are Passionate, Knowledgeable and Ready to Rock
TC's New Campaign Leaders are Passionate, Knowledgeable and Ready to Rock

TC President Susan Fuhrman has announced Trustees Marla Schaefer (M.A.'03), Leslie Nelson and Bill Rueckert as the new leaders of the College's $300 million campaign, Where the Future Comes First: The Campaign for Teachers College.
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TC Launches $300 Million Fundraising Campaign for the Future
TC Launches $300 Million Fundraising Campaign for the Future

Speaking to an audience of some 600 alumni, faculty, students and friends of TC at the Apollo Theater, TC President Susan Fuhrman put the finishing touches on a yearlong celebration of the College's founding and announced a $300 million fundraising campaign
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If You Like the College, You'll Love the Show
If You Like the College, You'll Love the Show

Behind the scenes of "TC: The musical"
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Generosity as a Matter of Policy

Phyllis Kossoff and Arne Duncan

Phyllis Kossoff and Arne Duncan

2012 Election

Taking the Election to School: Making Education a Focus of the 2012 Election

Since the creation of its Department of Education Policy and Social Analysis in 2010, Teachers College has enhanced its standing as a preeminent training ground for future education policy leaders.

One major reason for that success, beyond the College's longstanding track record of shaping data-driven policy through research, practice and dialogue, is the generosity of Phyllis L. Kossoff, distinguished alumna scholarship supporter and member of the President’s Advisory Council. Through the Phyllis L. Kossoff Lecture on Education and Policy, the College has hosted key figures such as U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan; Merryl Tisch, Chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents; and Dennis Walcott former Chancellor of the New York City Public Schools. Most recently, in Fall 2012, the Kossoff Lecture featured a debate between the education advisors of President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
 
Teachers College is most grateful to Phyllis Kossoff for helping to establish it as, quite literally, the premier address for the national conversation about education writ large.