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Students vs Government (Part 2)

“Riot has never worked on our side, if you can recall well, most riots have resulted into some students being expelled from the University and some being removed from government sponsorship, “exclaimed ZANASU President. 847 more words

Professor Helen Hoffner Has New Book Published

Catholic Traditions and Treasures, a new book by Dr. Helen Hoffner, School of Education, will be released on September 20, 2018. Published by Sophia Institute Press, this book explains the origin of traditions such as praying to St. 49 more words

School Of Education

I Love Being Here

As the end of the school year approached, the classroom had a different feeling. Walking into the room, turning on the lights and overhead had become a ritual that signaled the start of the day. 437 more words


Our Work–Study Students Shine!

The School of Education celebrated the department’s three work-study students during the month of April for Student Employment Month. As seen in the above photo (from left to right), freshman work-study student… 619 more words


Sen. Ted Gaines to Speak at Simpson University Spring Commencement

UPDATED 4-25-18

REDDING, Calif.— Simpson University will honor more than 150 graduates during two indoor spring commencement ceremonies Saturday, April 28, inside the James M. Grant Student Life Center at 2211 College View Drive. 366 more words


Superintendent William Hite Talks Education Reform With Drexel’s Future Educators

Students pursuing a career in education have aspirations of making an impact and helping enrich the lives of the next generations. For several years, Philadelphia’s public schools and the School District of Philadelphia have worked to address the unique challenges that face urban schools, educators and students – and next week – Philadelphia School District Superintendent William Hite, EdD, will join other representatives of the district and the School Reform Commission for… 337 more words

Community & Society

Considering the Why

While schools have supports for students impacted by adversity, these supports have their limitations. At no fault to the school personnel, there are often needs students have that aren’t being met. 677 more words