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UAS School of Ed. Lives! School to Become UA College of Education

Staff Writer, UAS Whalesong

In a follow up to my last article at the end of Fall semester, I am pleased to announce that the University of Alaska Southeast has been allowed to maintain the School of Education (SoE)! 428 more words

Campus Life

Future of UAS School of Education Uncertain

Staff Writer, UAS Whalesong

Although the UAS School of Education has grown into an efficient, prolific, and diverse school, the Board of Regents may be putting its administration on the chopping block in 2017 and giving the reins to UAF. 697 more words


A Tribute to my Grandchildren's School

My granddaughter and grandson who live in Memphis (I have another in Albuquerque, his school will be discussed later), go to what is, in my opinion, one of the best public schools in the country. 333 more words

Drexel Celebrates International Education Week

In celebration of International Education Week, Nov. 14 to 18, Drexel University’s School of Education is partnering with the Office of International Programs to provide various events in conjunction with other Drexel departments, including… 326 more words

Community & Society

School of Education Launches Future Teacher Academy

Norfolk State University’s School of Education welcomed its first cohort of future teachers into the Future Teacher Academy. The focus of the new initiative, also known as FTA, is to increase the diversity of the teacher population throughout the Commonwealth and ultimately the whole country. 312 more words

Grants and Sponsored Programs Report, July-August 2016

Sonoma State University received $770,000 in new grant funding in the month of July and $2.2 million in new grant funding in the month of August. 1,005 more words

Research/External Support

Kinesiology Department Recognized by National Strength and Conditioning Association

Manhattan College’s Kinesiology Department recently earned recognition from The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as an Education Recognition Program (ERP) which meets their educational guidelines. 497 more words