07.19.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Classic Books or Diverse Books? That’s a False Binary

Roosevelt Montás, longtime instructor in Columbia's Knowledge for Freedom program and member of the advisory council for Cornerstone: Learning for Living, on core texts.
Classic Books or Diverse Books? That’s a False Binary >
07.01.2021 | STAFF WRITINGS

My Civics Students Taught Me How to Honor an Imperfect Country on the Fourth of July

Teagle Program Director Tamara Mann Tweel recounts how transformative texts can shape students' understanding of civic life.

My Civics Students Taught Me How to Honor an Imperfect Country on the Fourth of July >
07.01.2021 | GUIDE

7 Strategies to Make Professional Development Successful

This guide offers seven tips for how highly effective teachers continually innovate and refine their pedagogical practices through professional development.
7 Strategies to Make Professional Development Successful >
06.18.2021 | FOUNDATION UPDATES

Teagle Announces Two New Board Members

Sheryl Hilliard Tucker, Executive Director of The Board Challenge and Mary Dana Hinton, President of Hollins College have joined Teagle's Board of Directors.
Teagle Announces Two New Board Members >
03.29.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Doing Transfer Right

The American Council on Education's new report on transfer mentions the New England Independent College Transfer Guarantee as a model.
Doing Transfer Right >
02.15.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Shattering Invisible Darkness

Simone Henderson, a 2020 Teagle Humanities Fellow, reflects on the relevance of fear and love in the works of James Baldwin, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and Toni Morrison to our contemporary moment.

Shattering Invisible Darkness >