Sept 8: “Do Students Know Best? Choice, Classroom Time, and Academic Performance” at The Graduate Center at CUNY

Friends of the Futures Initiative and teachers in the greater NYC community, you do not want to miss this upcoming panel on student-centered pedagogy. On Tuesday September 8, 2015 from 12 pm – 1:30 pm, the CUNY Office of Policy Research will host a Higher Education Policy Seminar Series at The Graduate Center at CUNY. The upcoming event in the seminar series is titled “Do Students Know Best? Choice, Classroom Time, and Academic Performance.” Speakers will include Theodore Joyce and Dahlia Remler of Baruch College.

Given our recent panel in The University Worth Fighting For workshop series, our Towards a Pedagogy of Equality event was held just over two weeks ago on August 28, 2015; highlighting student-centered pedagogy as one type of pedagogical practice that facilitates an egalitarianism classroom. The upcoming event from the Office of Policy Research at CUNY, will allow for research findings to be presented that continue to ask critical questions about student-centered pedagogical approaches and the future of education.

When and where
: The seminar will be held from noon-1: 30 pm at the CUNY Graduate Center:

365 5th Avenue New York, NY 10016
Room 8400/8402

Please present a photo ID at the security desk to enter the building.

To RSVP, please contact:




The Futures Initiative
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016-4309