NYU Steinhardt Says, "Judge for Yourself," Releases Teacher Training Materials for Public Viewing


In an effort to educate prospective students, future employers of its graduates, and the public, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development released a wide breadth of materials showcasing the school’s teacher training programs and evaluation methods.

NYU Steinhardts Says, "Judge for Yourself," Releases Teacher Training Materials for Public Viewing

“We are releasing this information because transparency is critically important in evaluating teacher programs,” said Mary Brabeck, dean of NYU Steinhardt. “We understand that teacher preparation is a complex developmental process. However, we want to bring attention to Steinhardt’s deliberate and conscientious effort to assess our programs and make the results transparent.”

Steinhardt’s comprehensive site, “Teacher Education at Steinhardt,” offers a broad inventory of the school’s teacher education programming and assessment practices. It contains course syllabi, professors’ biographies, candidate quality data, analyses of graduates’ teaching, assessments of graduates’ K-12 pupils’ learning, testimonials, graduates’ surveys, and an in depth look at Steinhardt’s outcome data showing its effectiveness in training teachers.

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