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CRT, Teaching, and White Women's Tears, Oh My: Hysteria in Racially Just Teaching
Reimagine Education Conference Monday-Tuesday November 29-30 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Cheryl Matias, Professor of Secondary Education at the University of Kentucky Shriver Center, DuBois B- 1:30-2:30pm on 11/29
Ask the expert: Social media-spurred challenges and destructive behaviors
A rise in destructive student behaviors encouraged by social media trends on platforms such as TikTok are occurring in many school districts. Miami University College of Education, Health and Society educational leadership faculty and experts are available to help schools address these and related issues.
Reframe: Episode 88
Why an Unscripted Education is Vital for a Democratic Society
Wellness and liberation can begin within. New book from Miami alumna guides the way.
“I’m the girl who saved herself," Williams says, and her new book, Pennywise: Intuit, Wisdom, and Spiritual Connection Through the Senses, is meant to inspire others to do the same.
Jessica Schueller (EDL) Wins First Place Young Researcher Award
The Young Researcher Award is selected from theses written across German-speaking countries.
History of College Towns Podcast
A 13 minute podcast about Kate Rousmaniere's research on the history of college towns.
HB 290: A backpack full of empty promises, an opinion from Dr. Kathleen Knight Abowitz and Dr. Joe Malin
Ultimately, we believe that this so-called “backpack” is full of empty promises for Ohio students and families.
Kate Rousmaniere to host a series of lectures at Beijing Normal University
Kate Rousmaniere, Miami University Department of Educational Leadership, to host a series of lectures at Beijing Normal University
2021 Outstanding Women of Achievement
Etta Caver, domestic violence advocate and EHS PhD student, will be honored as a 2021 Outstanding Women of Achievement,