Edward Seidman receives $30,443 from Piramal Foundation

Dr. Edward Seidman was recently awarded $30,443 from the Piramal Foundation for Educational Leadership for a project titled "Piloting & Adapting the TIPPS Tool in Indian Schools.” The purpose of the project is to adapt, contextualize and pilot test the Teacher Instructional Practices and Processes Systems (TIPPS) tool for use in government-run schools supported by the Foundation in the Indian states of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa is Co-PI on the project. To learn more about TIPPS, click here. This project is administered through Global TIES for Children.