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03/29/2018
Dr. Molly Moorhead named Outstanding Educator Class of 2018
Dr. Molly Moorhead, educational leadership clinical faculty was named one of Cincy Magazine's Outstanding Educators Class of 2018. She was nominated by her School Leadership/Principal Program students.
03/12/2018
Dr. David Perez, assistant professor of educational leadership, co-edits new book
Dr. David Perez recently co-edited a book titled "Latinx/a/os in Higher Education: Exploring Identity, Pathways, and Success"
03/08/2018
Kate Rousmaniere on Ball State’s takeover of Muncie school district
Inside Higher Ed.com, Mar. 8 (subscription may be required)
02/06/2018
Mildred Boveda to speak at Miami University
mildred-boveda180x120.jpgMildred Boveda is an Assistant Professor of Special Education and Cultural and Linguistic Diversity at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. In her scholarship, she uses the term “intersectional competence” to describe teachers understanding of diversity and how students, families, and colleagues have multiple sociocultural markers that intersect in nuanced and unique ways.
01/30/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 25
Educational Policy: In Schools Today - "Part 2"
01/25/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 24
Educational Policy: History and Trends - "Part 1"
01/23/2018
Why Educational Policy is Broken. And the Voices of those Who Can Help.
Scenarios that are indicative of the growing disconnect between the policy makers who design the laws and the educators who must follow them. An EHS professor and 3 local superintendents, who are also EDL doctoral students, explain why educational policy is broken and discusses ways to improve the system.
01/16/2018
CIQS Day and Miami faculty empower young women to prepare for STEM fields
On Tuesday, January 9, the College of Arts and Science and the College of Education, Health and Society hosted the fourth annual CIQS (Careers Involving Quantitative Skills) Day for 72 young women from five regional high schools
12/07/2017
Oppression Still Persists in Schools. But Social Justice Teaching Can Help Break the Cycle
aronson-social-teaching1-180x120.jpgIt’s a basic cultural assumption in our society, that schools are intended to help students thrive, and that they function with students’ best interests at heart. But this assumption, especially in light of the challenges that so many schools face today, might not always hold true