College of Education Featured Stories
When Nat Hansuvadha was a special education teacher 20-plus years ago, she felt powerless to make the changes she believed would best help her students, especially including them academically and socially in more general ed programs.
Estella Chizhik says a family move to Atlanta when she was in seventh grade saved her life.
Infusing more joy into education — both teaching and learning — is critical to student success and those who’ve lost some of it since the pandemic can and must reclaim it.
Thanks to the work of Maryanne Horton, future educators can receive scholarships that make it affordable to student teach. Children in foster care or experiencing homelessness can attend summer science camps.