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Reading, Writing and Relief
Reading, Writing and Relief

The TC Reading and Writing Project works in schools across the city. Now it's helping many of them to get back on their feet after Hurricane Sandy
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Joyce B. Cowin Funds Program at Teachers College to Foster Personal Financial Literacy among High School Students
Joyce B. Cowin Funds Program at Teachers College to Foster Personal Financial Literacy among High School Students

NYC Schools Chancellor Walcott and NYS Education Commissioner King agree to partner on pilot program; nationwide expansion is ultimate aim
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Giving Targets Scholarship as Overall Totals Rise

Fundraising for Teachers College in the first quarter of Fiscal year 2011 was very productive, with particularly extensive support for student scholarships from a widening circle of donors.
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Giving Targets Scholarship as Overall Totals Rise

Fundraising for Teachers College in the first quarter of Fiscal year 2011 was very productive, with particularly extensive support for student scholarships from a widening circle of donors. Total scholarship giving exceeded $550,000, with leadership gifts from Teachers College Trustee Abby O’Neill, for general scholarship support; Trustee John Klingenstein, supporting participation in the Klingenstein Fellows program and the Klingenstein Center; Trustee Marla Schaefer, in support of the diabetes education program that TC will launch in fall 2011 (including some scholarship support); Dr. Sharon Nickols (’67), supporting students interested in studying families, schools and communities; an addition to the Lindamood Family Scholarship Fund, established in 2000 by Robert and Judy Lindamood (Ed.D., 1995) to provide general scholar ship support; the estate of Irene Sample for an endowed scholarship in music; and an anonymous gift to TC’s Hollingworth Center supporting a summer science program for girls, as well as student scholarships and operations.

Foundation grant totals are nearly 50 percent higher than last year’s total at this time, thanks in large part to significant pledges for research and program support such as those from the Kresge Foundation and the Wyncote Foundation. In all, fundraising for the first quarter produced more than $3.56 million in gifts, grants and pledges, an increase of more than 12 percent over last year’s totals at this time.