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CTSC Funded by the NYC Council to Implement their Innovating Instruction Model in Ten DOE Schools Across the City

The Center for Technology and School Change (CTSC), at Teachers College, Columbia University is partnering with the New York City Council and the New York City Department of Education as part of the CTSC Initiative – Meaningful Integration of Technology (NYC- InTech).


CTSC Works with Bulgarian Teacher Leaders for the Fourth Consecutive Year

For the fourth consecutive year, the Educational Leaders’ Training Program (ELTP) brought 15 school educators from Bulgaria to New York for a three-week training program to explore and learn about instructional innovation. ELTP is a program coordinated by the Institute of International Education (IIE) and sponsored by the America for Bulgaria Foundation.


International Professional Development in Monterrey, Nueva Leon

Dr. Ellen Meier from the Center for Technology and School Change, along with Rita Sanchez, Romina Peschiera, Leo Barros and Karina Rodriguez, has provided a professional learning series focused on innovative instruction and school change for 29 high schools in Nueva León, Mexico this Spring 2015.


Dr. Meier and Rita Sánchez Connect with Educational Leaders Globally in Santiago, Chile

On January 12-14, 2015, Dr. Ellen Meier gave a keynote speech at the IV Educational Summit in Santiago, Chile. Organized by the Universidad Católica de Chile and the Penn Graduate School of Education, in joint efforts with the Columbia Global Centers-Latina America (Santiago), the summit gathered key education experts to discuss the connections between leadership and school improvement processes, focusing on how administrators, teachers, and specialists can support systemic change.


CTSC’s hands-on session drew in educators from across the country at SXSWedu

South by Southwest (SXSW), once a music, interactive and film festival is now a hub of all things innovative. Twitter first became notable at SXSW back in 2007. SXSW since has branched to three other sets of festivals: SXSWedu for education, SXSW Eco for environment and SXSW V2V for startups.


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