Week of Nov. 14 in Teacher Ed News

| November 18, 2016

VancouverSun. Court ruling to force hiring of hundreds of teachers in B.C.

1) Invitation to ‘Ed Tech in Teacher Prep’ Challenge
2) Vote by Nov. 28 in AACTE’s Board of Directors Election

CALDER. Evaluating Prospective Teachers: Testing The Predictive Validity Of The Edtpa (Nov. Update)

1) After the Election, DACA Teachers Wonder About Their Future in the Classroom
2) Black Teachers Feel Pigeonholed, Report Finds Emdin, an associate professor of science education at Teachers College, Columbia University, who has studied race and education…
3) Michigan Teacher Prep Initiative Gets STEM Teachers into High-Needs Schools
4) Study Points to Need for Diversity Training in Teacher Prep

EsteemJournal. Yolanda Sealy-Ruiz with Elizabeth Bishop: Learning Through Dialogue How can teacher education programs and coursework prepare folks to celebrate diversity and teach toward justice?

Getting Smart. Preparing Teachers for a Project-Based World

Hechinger Report. Why do black teachers leave—and how do we fix that? Hechinger Twitter chat explores how to recruit, retain black teachers [incl. TC Prof. C. Emdin]

HuffPost. Teaching Election 2016 the Morning After and for the Next Four Years [A. Singer blog]

InsideHigherEd. Presidents’ Message to President-Elect More than 100 campus leaders urge Trump to take more forceful stand against “harassment, hate and acts of violence.”

NYTimes. Bullying in the Age of Trump

Springer. Policy, Professionalization, Privatization, and Performance Assessment: Affordances and Constraints for Teacher Education Programs [Authors include TC alum Dr. L. Caraballo]

The Atlantic. How Discrimination Shapes Parent-Teacher Communication … education schools should help teacher candidates “understand these troubling disparities and … racial stereotypes”

Univ. of Kentucky. Kentucky Joins $25 Million Federal Program to Develop Effective Educators

VCU News. Participants in the School of Education’s Richmond Teacher Residency program share lessons they’ve learned

1) Amendment …to Automatically Extend the Time Validity of Certain Expired Provisional, Initial or Transitional Certificates for Three Years
2) Board of Regents Approves $425,000 in Grants for Education Department Priorities
3) New Federal Regulations Concerning Teacher Preparation Programs
4) Regents 2017-2018 State Budget Priorities
5) State Education Commissioner Elia and A.G. Schneiderman Offer Guidance To Help Ensure Schools Are Safe Havens For Learning

NYSED Regent Nan Eileen Mead @NanEileenMead [Twitter] Parents: what is your child’s school doing to prevent acts of bigotry, hatred, harassment and bullying?

New York State Professional Standards and Practices Board for Teaching. 2016-16 Annual Report

1) Eva Moskowitz: I will work with Trump, but not as U.S. education secretary
2) Record number of New York City students are going to college, vocational programs

1) Manhattan School in Zoning Battle Is Struggling, but It Has Its Fans
2) Report Spurs CUNY to End Its Contracts With Outside Lobbyists

New York Review of Books. When Public Goes Private, as Trump Wants: What Happens? Education and the Commercial Mindset by Samuel E. Abrams, Director of TC NCSPE

Politico. Cuomo orders CUNY board to review university’s ‘entire senior management’

TC Record
1) Book Review Politics, Pedagogy and Power: Bullying in Faculties of Education … a perceived or real power imbalance among faculty is a key element in the development of a bullying culture
2) Is All Classroom Conduct Equal?: Teacher Contact With Parents of Racial/Ethnic Minority and Immigrant Adolescents

TC Public Space. Teachers’ Petition to Trump