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ACTION ALERT: Protect Special Education Services in the New York State Budget 

Governor Cuomo's 2018-2019 budget proposal would allow school districts to seek broad waivers from laws and regulations that provide important protections for students with disabilities. For example, these waivers could allow school districts to avoid certain requirements regarding class size, behavior intervention plans, and notification of certain changes in placement. This broad waiver provision would …

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COOPER HEWITT PRESENTS “ACCESS+ABILITY” WITH MORE THAN 70 EMPOWERING DESIGNS 

Providing a major platform for the growing movement toward accessibility and inclusive design, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum presents products, projects and services developed by and with people with disabilities—physical, cognitive and sensory—that expand their ability to lead independent lives and engage more fully in the world. On view Dec. 15 through Sept. 3, 2018, …

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“Three Ways in which NYC Public Schools Curbed Truancy and Juvenile Delinquency during the 1920s-1930s” with Margo Kourkoutas Morea 

The History and Education Program at Teachers College is hosting a colloquium series this year.  The next event is called "Three Ways in which NYC Public Schools Curbed Truancy and Juvenile Delinquency during the 1920s-1930s" with Margo Kourkoutas Morea, Montclair State University. The lecture is set to take place on Wednesday, December 6th in Horace Mann 332. 

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Upcoming East Coast Event with Juan González 

JUAN GONZÁLEZ at Workmen’s Circle’s #LaborTalks Series 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 21 Workmen’s Circle Headquarters 247 West 37th Street, 5th floor  New York, NY As part of Workmen’s Circle’s #LaborTalks series, Juan González, author of Reclaiming Gotham: Bill de Blasio and the Movement to End America’s Tale of Two Cities, will speak about his book and …

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CPRL Application Deadline-Friday, Nov. 17 

The Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) at Columbia University invites you to apply to the Spring 2018 or Fall 2018 Public Education Policy Seminar and Practicum. This course brings together upper-level business, education, law and policy students from Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, Michigan, NYU, Penn, Princeton, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Yale and elsewhere. Through seminars and consulting …

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Media Literacy Week – Digital Learning for the K-8 Classroom 

Digital Learning for the K-8 Classroom Ongoing Enrollment This course is offered in an online, self-paced format. Students are invited to enroll any time. Join us for Media Literacy Week! November 6-10, 2017 - RSVP Here This four-module online professional development course prepares K-8 teachers to cultivate their students’ digital literacies …

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Additional Spots Opened in TCCS LINK: The Role of Educational Research in EdTech Panel and Networking Event 

There are a limited number of spots available for The Role of Educational Research in EdTech Panel and Networking Event.  Register in TCCS LINK today!

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Which One Doesn’t Belong? Talk on Wednesday, 11/8 

Christopher Danielson, author of Which One Doesn't Belong?, will be joining us at Barnard College next Wednesday, 11/8 at 6:30pm in Milbank Hall, to talk about his book and work as a math educator.

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JOIN US: INCLUDEnyc’s Inclusion Symposium, Nov. 6 

Inclusion_Symposium_2017 INCLUDEnyc is excited to invite you and your families to the Pathways to an Inclusive Future symposium. This is a one-night-only event, and will be held Monday, November 6 from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in Manhattan. Come hear a panel of professionals, youth advocates, parents, and educators with different perspectives …

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NYC DOE Employer Event – Non-Instructional Roles- Wednesday, October 25 @5:00 

TC alumni currently working at the NYC DOE, Division of Teaching and Learning will be back on campus to host this exciting workshop.   The Offices within Division of Teaching and Learning include non-instructional roles in: Operations Policy and Evaluation Post-Secondary Readiness  Interschool Collaborative Learning Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Learning Leadership Strategy and Support

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BOOK TALK LED BY PROF ELSIE ROCKWELL: Tues, 11/7, 5pm, 305 Russell 

Please join us for a book talk led by Professor Elsie Rockwell. See the attached flyer for more information! The event will be held on November 7th at 5PM in 305 Russell Hall. It will be hosted by Professor Regina Cortina and discussants: Professor Hervé Varenne and Professor Grey Gundaker. Refreshments will be provided! See …

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Dear C&T Community, please attend the Graduate Student Collaborative meeting this week! 

Wednesday 10/18, 9pm Russel 302   Interested in leading this year's C&T Conference? Interested in helping with NEXT MONTH'S Teachers' Gallery? Interested in sharing ideas for community and academic support in C&T? Interested in joining a Participatory Action Research project? Interested in meeting other C&T'ers?  Join us this Wednesday, in Russel 302 at 9pm! (See our email address below and …

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Teachers College Career Education & Professional Development: Employer-Led Workshops & EdTech Panel 

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Learn about International Education aboard the Peace Boat – TODAY is the last day to register 

Learn about International Education aboard the Peace Boat when the ship docks in New York on October 16th from 1-4PM. Registration is necessary and complimentary for all students and professors. The deadline for registering is October 5th (TODAY!). Please click on the link below to register in Event Brite. International Education onboard Peace Boat  Introducing …

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You’re invited to Teacher as Activist: Supporting Immigrant Students in… (Sep 28, 2017) 

  Teacher as Activist: Supporting Immigrant Students in Urban Classrooms Teaching Residents at Teachers College (TR@TC2) invites you to an evening panel and discussion entitled: Teacher as Activist: Supporting Immigrant Students in Urban Classrooms Join Dr. Kevin Kumashiro and Dr. A. Lin Goodwin as they discuss what it means for educators to work to support students who are immigrants; how teachers …

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Series of talks sponsored by C&T in October: 10/31 with Stephen O’ Brien 

Inside Education: Exploring the Art of Good Learning, with Stephen O'Brien, Tuesday, 10/31, 4-5pm, 306 Russell. "To learn more about learning - what it is and how it works - it is necessary to go inside education. Too often school and classroom practices are overlooked by capricious outside ‘interests’. While these dominate the production and …

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Series of talks sponsored by C&T in October: 10/12 with Elsie Rockwell 

Developing Yoltocah: A Collaborative Project with Multi-Grade Teachers in Mexico, with Elsie Rockwell, Thursday, 10/12, 4-5pm, 306 Russell "During 2016, in collaboration with Valeria Rebolledo Angulo, I led a team of 15 coauthors in producing a book based on the experience of a 120 hrs. workshop with 180 multi-grade rural teachers (grades K-9 and Special …

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Series of talks sponsored by C&T in October: 10/5 with Srikala Naraian 

Teaching for Inclusion: Eight Principles for Effective and Equitable Practice, with Srikala Naraian, Thursday, 10/5, 4-5:30pm, 305 Russell.   "Teaching for Inclusion shows how educators navigate the competing demands of everyday …

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Series of talks sponsored by C&T in October: 10/4 with Daniel Friedrich & Erica Colmenares 

Dear C&T community, Please note this series of talks sponsored by C&T next month. They all promise to be exciting, provocative, and engaging, and I hope to see many of you there! Resonances of El Chavo del Ocho in Latin American Childhood, Schooling, and Societies, with Daniel Friedrich & Erica Colmenares, Wednesday, 10/4, 4-5pm, 306 …

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A Social Justice Saturday, 09/16/17 

Join Teachers College Reading and Writing Project for "A Social Justice Saturday:  Leading in Troubled Times" on Saturday, September 16 from 9:00am-1:00pm.  Room number TBD.  For more information, click here:  Social_Justice_Saturday_091617 Featured Speakers: Andrea Davis Pinkney, Brian Pinkney, Janet Wong, Cornelius Minor, and Border Crossers No tickets required. Free event open to teachers, administrators, and …

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