teachers college

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teach·ers college

also teach·ers' college (tē′chərz)
A college with a special curriculum for training teachers.

teach′ers col`lege

a college offering courses for the training of teachers.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teachers college - a two-year school for training elementary teachersteachers college - a two-year school for training elementary teachers
junior college - a college that offers only the first two years terminating in an associate degree
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5 million total grant to Teachers College, Columbia University, and its subcontractors Wireless Generation and the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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Teachers College professor Thomas Hatch describes how school improvement efforts are often undermined by changing conditions surrounding schools, as well as the very policies and programs instituted to effect improvement.
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This is the fifth book in the National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy (NCRLL) collection of books published by Teachers College Press.
Furthermore, she holds that the writers' workshops that have spread like kudzu through American elementary schools, promoted by Lucy Calkins of Teachers College, Columbia University, deaden children's creativity.
In her last position as Senior Project Manager for RC Dolner LLC, a construction management company, she managed the recently completed $12 million project for Teachers College Library at Columbia University.
One of the leading exponents of this well-developed system is Robert Pace, emeritus professor of music and music education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
That turnaround has renewed a faculty hope for raises that would bring their pay into the top third of community college teachers' salaries in the state, said Carl Friedlander, president of the American Federation of Teachers College Guild, Local 1521.
Her initial teaching year was 1920, at the Kellogg School of Physical Education in Battle Creek, Michigan, followed by stays at Kansas State Teachers College, the University of Oregon, and the Lincoln School at Columbia University Teachers College.
Louise McManus Medal is the highest award given by the Nursing Education Alumni Association of Teachers College at Columbia University.

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