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EDT alum works with students to benefit the Ohio Innocence Project
Rachel McMillian, a Miami teacher education graduate and current Shroder Paideia High School social studies chair in Cincinnati, worked with her students using a civics class project to help the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP).
Miami students preparing to tutor through SkillHouse
Journal-New.com, February 9 (subscription may be required)
Martha Esperanza CastaƱeda on State Seal of Biliteracy
WKSU.org, February 9 (subscription may be required)
Eight Miami students named semifinalists in Fulbright competition
Eight Miami University students have been recommended by the U.S. National Screening Committee as semifinalists in the 2017-2018 Fulbright U.S. Student Program competition.
EHS student selected for the Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize
Congratulations to senior Quentin Russell!
A Culturally Relevant Lens Brings 21st Century Teaching into Focus
Education has enjoyed a long tenure of making a positive impact on both culture and society. Teachers, the good ones, have the power to change lives and build brighter futures. And because teachers are, in very real ways, responsible for forging paths of learning and self-discovery, it is a system that often attracts a passion for helping students find a meaningful place and purpose in the world.
EHS alum publishes second book on school violence and conflict resolution
Education on the subject of school-related violence is critical.