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Film Screening: Brownstones to Red Dirt 

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Training our Imagination 

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2010-2011 Inductee Highlighted by Teachers College  ☆

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Harlem Educational Activities Fund seeking mentors 

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I Teach NYC: Recruiting at TC 

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Call for Proposals: KDP Centennial Conference  ☆

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2011 Scholarships Posted!  ☆

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Kappa Chapter in the News!  ☆

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Another Successful Charity Book Drive! 

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Call for proposals: Convo 2011!  ☆

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Fall Book Drive for Education Relief  ☆

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New PD Job Posted with Kappa Delta Pi  ☆

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Winter Social is Set! 

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Centennial Essay Contest!  ☆

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Kappa Chapter Gets Vice President’s Grant for Diversity and Community Initiatives!  ☆

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Terrence Maltbia to speak on “Leveraging Diversity”  ☆

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Kappa Delta Pi, international honor society in education 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Sandy.

On March 8th, 1911, a group of the top educators in America (yes, including John Dewey) gathered at the University of Illinois to form an honors society in education. Nearly 100 years later, Kappa Delta Pi continues to honor the achievements of educators and promote excellence in education. The members of the Kappa Chapter at …

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New Conference Announced 

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Avoiding race: White teachers’ talk about Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath 


Reposted from Social Studies & Education. Written by Sandy.

We are still learning from Hurricane Katrina and the resulting displacement of huge populations from the American Gulf Coast. One of the many topics still discussed is the role of inequality in the event and its aftermath. Many such discussions have focused on income disparities, or how certain populations were disproportionately impacted by the hurricane …

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