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Doctoral student explores her own identity through research abroad
Serian Jeng, a fourth year Ph.D student in the Department of Educational Leadership, is researching in Norway to better understand how to educate and empower African immigrants.
How Mobilizing Knowledge Can Help All Educators Improve Schools
The spread of new knowledge and great ideas can fuel innovation and drive change in many different ways. After all, that is how progress and improvement often happen.
Mayor Kate reflects as term nears its end
Oxford Mayor and EDL Faculty member, Kate Rousmaniere, is nearing the end of her four years as the city’s elected leader.
Candidates Face off for a seat on the Talawanda Board of Education
The race for the Talawanda Board of Education is highly contested this fall, with seven candidates vying for three available seats in the Nov. 5 election.
Joel Malin on school vouchers
The Miami Herald online Aug. 1 (subscription may be required)
Reframe: Episode 56
No-Nonsense Nurturing with Kristyn Klei Borrero and Noah Borrero
Joel Malin authors article on school vouchers
The Conversation.com, Beaumont Enterprise.com, June 7 and San Antonio Post.com, June 8 (subscription may be required)
Leveling up Leadership through Class
The syllabus for EDL 290T doesn't look like a typical college syllabus. For one, it looks like it's been printed on treasure map paper. And points in the class are labeled as Experience Points (XP). And actually, it's not even called a syllabus, with "Player's Handbook" in prominent letters near the top of the page.