Press Release tagged with "Graduate School Education"
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Language Development in the Context of the Disciplines (LDCD) Program Offered to New York City Middle and High School English, Math, Science, and Social Studies Teachers Who Do Not Have an ESL Certification.
Joseph P. Frey, Deputy Commissioner in the Office of Higher Education at the New York State Education Department, Keynotes at the Faculty Meeting of Touro College’s Graduate School of Education
Joseph P. Frey, Deputy Commissioner, Office of Higher Education, New York State Education Department (pictured center), was the keynote speaker at the College’s recent faculty meeting of the Graduate School of Education, on Wed., Jan 12.
Public School Teachers Head Back to School to Polish Their Skills for Teaching Non-English Speaking Students
Touro College Education Research Center Plans Summer Semester of Language Development Program.
Touro College Graduate School of Education Offers Certification in Teaching Students with Disabilities
New York, N.Y. - Touro Graduate School of Education will offer a new Master of Science in Teaching Students with Disabilities in grades 7-12 this fall. The program will explore adolescent development and learning and teaching processes. This degree addresses a growing need for trained special education teachers across New York state.
Dean Dr. LaMar Miller of Touro College Graduate School of Education Keynotes UJA-Federation's Rose Biller Scholarship Event
102 Touro Students to Receive $220,000 of $1 Million Award.
Touro College’s Graduate School of Business and Academy for Continuing Education Presents 3-day “Tips From The Tops” Urban Retreat Program for Residential Real Estate Professionals
Speakers Include Howard Lorber, Kent Swig, Adrienne Albert, Richard Mack, Peter Marra.
Touro College Graduate School of Education Deputy Chair Among 100 Most Influential Filipina American Women in the U.S.
Lorli Dima-ala Honored Nationally as a Filipina of Distinction.
School in Top Ten for Producing Minority Graduates Nationally.
Bronx D.A. Robert T. Johnson, Touro College, and Bullying Experts Hold Symposium to Provide Violence Prevention Strategies to Teachers and Administrators
New York, N.Y. – At a time when reports of bullying are on the rise across the country, with concern about some cases leading to suicide, Touro College’s Equity Assistance Center housed in the Lander Center for Educational Research of the Graduate School of Education hosted a symposium on “Bullying and Harassment: The Most Common Form of Violence” on Sept. 28. The event brought together bullying experts, teachers, school administrators, and non-profits from New York City, Westchester, Long Island, and New Jersey to learn practical strategies to curtail bullying and combat violence.
Equity Assistance Center-Region II at Touro College And U.S. Department of Education NY Office For Civil Rights To Present “Title IX: Thirty-Eight Years and Counting” August 12
New York, N.Y. – The Equity Assistance Center-Region II at Touro College, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Education New York Office for Civil Rights, will present a symposium titled, “Title IX: Thirty-Eight Years and Counting,” on Thursday, August 12, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Lander College for Women/The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School, 227 West 60th Street, Manhattan.