Education on CUNY TV
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Urban U is a CUNY-TV magazine show about CUNY students, faculty, alumni, and programs. The stories highlight the quality and rewards of a CUNY education, one that enables people to achieve great things.
Study With the Best
is CUNY TV's show about CUNY. This magazine show focuses on the best and brightest professors, alumni, and programs that CUNY has to offer students, delving into a CUNY system that contains over 500,000 students and a wide and divergent alumni reach. The series highlights the rewards of a college education and the excitement of student life around the system' 24 institutions.
tackles such issues as teacher education; the effects of the "No Child Left Behind Act"; how children learn to read and write; trends in science and math education; gender in the classroom; the role of the arts on literacy development; and noteworthy topics.
Reading Books - Leyendo Libros
is a bilingual storytelling series for toddlers, their parents and anyone interested in learning a new language
Programs on national and local issues that help shape public policy and education from Baruch College of the City University of New York.
The City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) is an NCAA Division III and NJCAA Division III conference with 15 members that reach across all five boroughs of New York City.
CUNY Chancellor presides over a monthly gathering of students from the CUNY Honors College who participate in discussion of educational issues with prominent guests.
Herman Badillo, former chairman of the CUNY Board of Trustees, interviews prominent leaders from the field of education, as well as public officials with an active involvement in education policy.
CUNY TV Presents CEI-PEA
offers half-hour talks on new ideas in education by prominent education professionals and top administrators from New York's leading educational institutions, staged and sponsored by the Center for Educational Innovation/Public Education Association.