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Call for Proposals: KDP Centennial Conference  ☆

Call for Proposals: Leadership through Service Are you helping improve New York City? Do you work with youth to improve their leadership skills? Does your research take you into the community? Have you done research on adult learning or continuing education? Share your work: submit a proposal! Who The Entire TC and CU Community Free …

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Call for proposals: Convo 2011!  ☆

KDP has just posted the call for proposals for Convocation 2011! The biennial conference brings together in-service teachers and administrators, undergraduate and graduate students, and some of the biggest names in educational policy and theory. This year's theme "Crossroads of Excellence" will highlight the 100-year history of Kappa Delta Pi while looking towards the future …

Posted 93 months ago by

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

Kappa Chapter was selected as one of the recipient's for the VP's Office of Diversity and Community Grants! Our proposal included funding for our centennial celebration conference and a community restoration of the mural on the PS125/KIPP/Columbia Secondary School building. From the application: March 8, 2011 is the 100th anniversary of the founding of Kappa …

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Terrence Maltbia to speak on “Leveraging Diversity”  ☆

Please join us Wednesday, Nov 17th for a talk with Q&A from Terrence Maltbia. A faculty member in the Department of Organization and Leadership, Professor Maltbia will speak on the ways leaders can work to leverage diversity within organizations. When: Wednesday, Nov 17th, 7pm Where: Zankel 109 Refreshments provided

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

This was a lecture co-sponsored by Kappa Chapter.


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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