Dear Sisters Girls Group, a youth program that works to empower disadvantaged female high school students in Harlem, is slated to receive additional funding from Teachers College.
The Teachers College Student Senate approved a resolution last month that seeks to address long-standing student concerns about the longevity of the college’s anthropology program and faculty turnover.
The preliminary report, distributed to senate members Wednesday, compiled interviews with administrators and faculty regarding Columbia and TC’s financial and budgetary relationships with the aim of developing ways to involve students in the budgeting process.
438 Horace Mann is a prototype “smart classroom” for the 46 classrooms the college seeks to renovate. But not all students at TC feel that technology-enhanced classrooms are the best way to spend the college’s resources.
Teachers College Ph.D candidates working as course assistants should be compensated as much as their colleagues in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
After announcing a $300 million fundraising initiative last semester, Teachers College has allocated some $10,000 of the funds for a one-year scholarship for master’s and doctoral students, in an attempt to alleviate problems with funding and financial aid.
Continuing concerns about unfair workloads for course assistants, under-compensation, and the state of the budget at Teachers College in the wake of a $300 million fundraising initiative have some students seeking their own answers to their complaints.
In response to the low performance of second-grade students, Teachers College Community School opted to split its two second-grade classes into three smaller classes, placing even greater demands on the school building’s space.
Teachers College announced a $300 million fundraising initiative at an extravagant gala to celebrate its 125th anniversary Tuesday.
Although many Teachers College Community School parents say that they are pleased with the school’s academic offerings, some continue to express frustration over reneged promises.
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