crown CU Home > Libraries Home
Columbia Center for Oral History Portal >

Oral history interview with Arthur E. Levine, 2013.

Creator: Levine, Arthur
Project: Carnegie Corporation project. Pt. 3.
(see all project interviews)
Phys. Desc. :transcript: 53 pages + index.
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
Full CLIO record >>

Biographical Note

President, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Scope and Contents

Authorship of book on U.S. higher education undergraduate curriculum and importance to career; presidency of Bradford College: application of curriculum research, its revitalization by creation of practical liberal arts program; Clark Kerr's influential development of research university model throughout California; surprise at recruitment to position of President at Teachers College (TC); reorganization of TC to better prepare teachers as leaders and researchers; suitability of Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (WWNFF) to broadly affect teacher education; request by Vartan Gregorian to provide input on Carnegie Corporation education programs; Vartan Gregorian's interest in improving education and investment in Teachers for a New Era; work with Jim Hunt and Mitch Daniels to develop state-specific teacher education programs; Carnegie Corporation funding to WWNFF: recruitment of high-ability teachers of color, honing of state-specific and regional teacher education program, attention to teacher retention, development of programs focused on STEM teachers; importance of experimentation and flexibility in teacher education schools; reasons for need for greater education equity and opportunity in U.S.

Subjects

Access Conditions

Copyright by The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2015.

Using this collection

Columbia Center for Oral History

Address:
Columbia University
535 West 114th Street
801 Butler Library, Box 20
MC1129
New York, NY 10027
Telephone:
(212) 854-7083

Email:
oralhist
@libraries.cul.columbia.edu

Website:
Columbia Center for Oral History