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Through music and art, alumni teach school children the importance of unity and individuality

Through music and art, alumni teach school children the importance of unity and individuality

Kathryn Sclavi ’05 stands on a stepladder at Washington Elementary School in Trenton, contentedly painting the once beige wall shades of brilliant blue and green. Before her unfolds the Trenton skyline; passing students smile wide and wave excitedly as they watch their hallway transform in front of their eyes.

TCNJ partners with state initiative to address shortage of math and science teachers

TCNJ partners with state initiative to address shortage of math and science teachers

The College of New Jersey and four other institutions of higher education have partnered with a Princeton-based foundation to develop a program to recruit top science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) college graduates and career changers, and prepare them to teach in 12 New Jersey school districts. …

A special education pioneer looks back on her life and work

A special education pioneer looks back on her life and work

“I’ve had a very good life,” Ann (McCormack) Korinda ’47 said more than once while sharing stories of campus life in the 1940s, her experiences as a special education pioneer, and her extensive travels. The College was a “delightful” place to live and attend classes back in the mid 1940s, she recalls.

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