Thursday, September 15, 2005

Levine moving on 

Arthur Levine, the President of Columbia's Teachers College is stepping down to continue working on a his study of the state of educaton schools. He also argues that ten years as leader of a college uses up all his ideas. I've often argued that presidents need term limits for the good of the university.

The Scholars wish him well. The Chronicle of Higher Education will be running an article on his work on the education school project next week, and I can't wait to read it.