Kristen H. Turner, Ph.D., assistant professor of education at Fordham, attended the National Council of Teachers of English's convention in November, along with several students from the Graduate School of Education.
Graduate student Kathleen Riley participated in a panel in which she spoke on "Theory into Practice: My Journey with Code-Switching." GSE students Jeta Donovan and Eytan Apter presented findings from a research study in their talk "Online and In Step: Community, Convention, and Self-Expression." They have been a part of the study from its inception.
A Big Safety Net and Strong Job Market Can Coexist. Just Ask Scandinavia. - NYTimes.com - *Let's get this straight: American voters are wrong. High taxes, high wages, and high employment go together. Security makes us free - not lazy and depen...
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