TC welcomes Stephanie J. Rowley as Provost, Dean & Vice President for Academic Affairs, and JoAnne Williams as Vice President for Finance & Administration; unveils an official portrait of Edmund Gordon, 98-year-old professor emeritus; celebrates the 15ᵗʰ anniversary of its Eisenhower Leadership Development Program with the U.S. Military Academy at West Point; hosts its inaugural Uceda Lecture on Women’s Empowerment; and announces a broad agenda for “Excellence for All,” aimed at enhancing its ability to contribute significantly to building a better world.
Research conducted at Teachers College sheds new light on successful national systems of early childhood education and care; improving voucher programs to move families to “higher-opportunity” neighborhoods; promoting deeper noticing in science education; services for youth who have been exposed to gun violence; the myth of “saving the Third World”; the ability of public schools to feed students freshly prepared food; and much more.
TC faculty, students, alumni and speakers lead national debate on issues that include nutrition policy, school reform efforts, school and neighborhood segregation, racial discrimination, learning technology, gun violence, youth civic engagement, political polarization and the call to teach.
TC’s talented students serve as key partners to our faculty and make their own significant contributions in fields ranging from music education to learning technology to countering the effects of climate change on crops in developing nations.
The College’s faculty and administrators are honored by organizations that include the Association for Psychological Science, the American Association of Diabetes Educators, the National Council of Teachers of English, and the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology.
From Mary Swartz Rose and Lawrence Cremin to George Bond and Joan Gussow, the legacy of many of TC's greatest teacher-scholars is carried on through TC's tribute scholarships.
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