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Ohio High School Plans to Drug-Test All Students at Least Once a Year

Does mandatory drug testing in schools reduce substance use among students? TC’s Cindy Huang, an expert on youth mental health, weighs in — via The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/16/us/badin-high-school-drug-testing.html?module=inline Research has shown that more than 37 percent of school districts have adopted drug-testing policies, but whether they lead to reduced rates of substance abuse is unclear, one expert said.

Ohio High School Plans to Drug-Test All Students at Least Once a Year2019-12-02T03:23:14-05:00

College Application Countdown: 0 DAYS! Complete, review, and submit your application at…

College Application Countdown: DAYS! Complete, review, and submit your application at apply.msmnyc.edu/apply by midnight TONIGHT (December 1) to be considered for Fall 2020 admission. Questions? admissions@msmnyc.edu 📩

College Application Countdown: 0 DAYS!Complete, review, and submit your application at…2019-12-02T03:50:55-05:00

Sounding a Call of “Excellence for All”

Miss the news? 🚨 Strengthening support for faculty, students & staff, President Thomas Bailey details new plans for TC in his first State of the College address: “We all benefit when everyone swims, and swims well.” https://bit.ly/34siCP5 In his first State of the College address, Thomas Bailey details plans to more strongly support faculty, students and staff

Sounding a Call of “Excellence for All”2019-12-01T03:14:13-05:00

Jan Erik Kongshaug, Maestro of Recorded Sound, Dies at 75

"The techniques he developed with Manfred Eicher, the founder of the ECM label, had a major influence on the recordings of Pat Metheny, Keith Jarrett and many others." The techniques he developed with Manfred Eicher, the founder of the ECM label, had a major influence on the recordings of Pat Metheny, Keith Jarrett and many others.

Jan Erik Kongshaug, Maestro of Recorded Sound, Dies at 752019-12-01T03:41:51-05:00

Photos from Manhattan School of Music's post

DEC 2 | 7:30 & 9:30 PM | The Manhattan School of Music Jazz Orchestra returns to Dizzy's Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center to continue their tribute to legendary Hugh Masekela! This time around, James Saltzman leads the band, and Jon Faddis will be featured on trumpet. Enjoy these photos from last week's Masekela tribute in Neidorff-Karpati Hall, and join us at Dizzy's on Monday! (PC: Anna Yatskevich) First set $40, Second set $35, Students $25 Tickets + Info: https://bit.ly/34oeyj2

Photos from Manhattan School of Music's post2019-11-30T03:32:50-05:00

#TBT We give thanks today for Manhattan School of Music’s founder, Janet Daniels Schenck, who was…

#TBT We give thanks today for Manhattan School of Music’s founder, Janet Daniels Schenck, who was born on November 22nd, 136 years ago (she died in 1976).

#TBT We give thanks today for Manhattan School of Music’s founder, Janet Daniels Schenck, who was…2019-11-29T03:22:50-05:00

Muhammad Ali, Miles Davis and Carlos Marighella On Screen

FRIDAY — Featuring 59 films from around the world, the African Diaspora Film Festival (ADFF) begins at TC this week and runs through December 15. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2DoHr2w The 2019 African Diaspora Film Festival

Muhammad Ali, Miles Davis and Carlos Marighella On Screen2019-11-28T02:44:02-05:00

Webinar – Learning about Climate Change & Microplastics with Citizen Science Projects | Events | Teachers College, Columbia University

Next week for educators — Explore the impact of climate change and microplastics with students outside the classroom with tools from our free 12/2 webinar. Experts from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory will offer strategies on leading students in citizen science field work in the snow. https://bit.ly/2XKAkuM In a free webinar on 12/2, discover how to use snow to measure and explore the impact of climate change and microplastics.

Webinar – Learning about Climate Change & Microplastics with Citizen Science Projects | Events | Teachers College, Columbia University2019-11-27T02:34:15-05:00
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