When all students have an equal opportunity to thrive and chase their dreams, the world will be a stronger, more prosperous place for everyone. That’s why we’re working to advance education through inclusive discourse and policy that leverages the power of our innovative research and visionary community.
Get involved, find resources and learn more about this critical work at Teachers College below.
Join Washington, D.C.-area alumni and current TC students enrolled in Prof. Lynn Kagan's esteemed Federal Policy Institute for an in-person networking reception and panel discussion. The panel, “Visioning the Future: Education Policy Makers Roundtable" will be moderated by David Johns, (M.A. '06, Ph.D. '22), Executive Director, National Black Justice Coalition, and will feature Jordan Matsudaira, Chief Economic & Deputy Undersecretary at the US Department of Education, and Jessica Cardichon (M.A. '99, Ed.D. '03), Deputy Assistant Secretary for K-12 at the US Department of Education.
Join the TC Take Action Coalition to advocate for political change
Alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends are welcome to join.
Support education equity by urging the President and Congress to support student borrowers through the easy-to-use tool, VoterVoice.
Find research and resources rooted in improving the educational experiences and outcomes of students of African descent in the U.S. and throughout the world.
Explore research and information related to supporting all students’ right to the opportunity to graduate from high school prepared for college, careers, and civic participation.
Find information related to how leadership and faculty can help support student success at two-year colleges, a critical apparatus for equity and social mobility.
Find a breadth of research specializing in Black education and more.
Dive into resources related to NCCF’s research related to contemporary social and public problems affecting underserved children and families.
Find information on the initiative centered on teaching, learning and leading for a racially just society.
The Black Education Research Center recently convened experts to discuss the politics of equity and curriculum policy in New York State. Moderated by Sonya Douglass, Professor of Education Leadership, this panel featured Matthew J. Camp, Director of Government Relations and Community Engagement; Angelique Johnson-Dingle, Deputy Commissioner of P-12 Instructional Support at the New York State Education Department; and Damola Ogundipe, CEO and Co-Founder of Civic Eagle.