Teachers College, Columbia University presents the 4th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens, to be delivered by Professor Erica N. Walker.
Things To Do, straight from Borough President Gale Brewer‘s newsletter Updates, curated happenings all around the world of Harlem.
Raymond Melbourne Weaver, 1888 – April 4, 1948, was a professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University in 1916–1948 in Harlem, NY.
Over the last year, as part of its 74th Annual Appeal, Columbia Community Service (CCS) worked with Columbia, Barnard, and the Teachers College faculty.
The Gottesman Libraries is pleased to announce the launch of two new online book displays in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance.
Today, AT&T and the universities building one of the country’s first and largest real-world testbeds of advanced wireless communications announced the names of ten teachers from schools from Harlem to Hollis, Queens.
In collaboration with the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs at Teachers College, Columbia University, the African Diaspora International Film Festival presents a monthly program entitled Films In The class.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Tuesday voiced strong support for recent teacher walkouts in Oklahoma, Kentucky, Arizona and elsewhere.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will headline a marquee group of medalists and speakers at the 2018 Convocation exercises of Teachers College, at Columbia University in Harlem, NY.
Teachers College, Columbia University presents the exclusive 4th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture, Hidden in Plain Sight: Lessons for Mathematics Education Seen Through A Storytelling Lens, to be delivered by Professor Erica N. Walker.
The enduring legacy of pioneering dancer-choreographer José Limón will be feted at Aaron Davis Hall as the Limón Dance Company brings two of his most acclaimed works to Harlem audiences for the first time during a 7:00 p.m. program on Tuesday, October 24.
While most Americans have heard of the “Opt Out” movement, less than one-third of Americans support it, and most people misunderstand the motives of parents who refuse to let their kids take standardized tests in public schools.
With students of color representing more than half of all children enrolled in U.S. K-12 public schools today, it is more important than ever for educators to be adequately prepared to teach racially and economically diverse populations.
Alumni of The Modern School, a renowned private school that operated in Harlem’s Sugar Hill district from 1934 to 1999, will gather for “Education and Class in Harlem: A Historic Overview of The Modern School.”
On Friday, March 24th, 2017, an education policy symposium held in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the NY Education Policy Fellowship Program at Columbia University, In Harlem New York.