Teachers College

  • (noun): A two-year school for training elementary teachers.
    Synonyms: normal school

Some articles on teachers college, college:

Madonna Constantine - Plagiarism and Dismissal
... A law firm hired by Teachers College to investigate Constantine issued a report citing "numerous instances in which she used others' work without attribution in ... College officials were reported to say that the investigation had been underway for eighteen months, which (as The New York Times noted) means that it began prior to, and ... a faculty committee because of administration fears that a misstep might leave the college vulnerable to a lawsuit ...
Charles James Martin (artist)
... School of Art as well as at Columbia University Teachers College, where he became an instructor himself in 1914 ... this first year's training in a type of work so entirely new to Teachers College students are highly gratifying to Professor Dow ... Martin attained professorship at Teachers College in 1923 and continued his work there into the 1940s ...
Mary Lou Fulton Institute And Graduate School Of Education - Faculty and Rankings
... News World Report ranked Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College 25th among public graduate schools of education and 35th among all public and private graduate programs in the field ... CU Boulder, UCLA, and Columbia University’s Teachers College). 24 ... In 2010 and 2011, the US News rankings reflected the newly formed Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College the 2010 rank was 35th, and the 2011 rank was 26th among all graduate schools of education ...
Teachers College, Columbia University - Alumni
... Seymour Itzkoff, Professor Emeritus of Education and Child Study, Smith College George Ivany (M.A ...
L. A. Pittenger - Ball Teachers College - Presidency (1927–1942)
... Pittenger assumed the presidency of Ball Teachers College after the death of President Benjamin J ... During Pittenger's presidency, the Indiana General Assembly separated the Ball Teachers College from the Indiana State Normal School and changed the name to Ball ...

Famous quotes containing the words college and/or teachers:

    [B]y going to the College [William and Mary] I shall get a more universal Acquaintance, which may hereafter be serviceable to me; and I suppose I can pursue my Studies in the Greek and Latin as well there as here, and likewise learn something of the Mathematics.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    The ambiguous, gray areas of authority and responsibility between parents and teachers exacerbate the distrust between them. The distrust is further complicated by the fact that it is rarely articulated, but usually remains smoldering and silent.
    Sara Lawrence Lightfoot (20th century)