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“People to Help You Succeed”: What Alumni Are Saying About the School of Education’s Learning Community

The School of Education is a safe, welcoming, inclusive, and proud community that supports the diverse perspectives and distinct potential of all its learners. You’ll find these values reflected in...
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For Children’s Author Rob Buyea ’99, G’00, Writing Is Both “Humbling and Rewarding”

“When I first began teaching, I was doing a lot of talking to my students about writing, challenging them to do certain things and even to feel certain ways, but...
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Beyond the Rhetoric: Orange Holmes Scholars Host Fall 2022 Panel

Syracuse University School of Education Orange Holmes Scholars held their fall 2022 panel on Dec. 1, 2022, via Zoom. School of Education doctoral students and Holmes Scholars Ana Borja Armas,...
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“Exceptionally Prepared”: Professor Tom Bull and Abby Horton ’19 Discuss Bridge to the City on ’Cuse Conversations

For the last 25 years, the School of Education has offered aspiring inclusive education teachers a unique opportunity to hone their skills as student teachers in New York City through...
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Five Questions for Autumn Figueroa ’04, G’06

Educational consultant Autumn Figueroa ’04, G’06 holds a joint bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Selected Studies in Education, with a minor in Spanish and a master’s degree in Childhood...
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Five Questions for Darius Rose ’12

While at Syracuse University, Darius Rose ’12 worked as a student manager for the Orange Football team for five seasons. He was responsible for setting up drills and executing daily...
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“Unmatched Opportunities”: What Alumni Are Saying About School of Education Teacher Prep Programs

Syracuse University School of Education prides itself on opening new possibilities for its students, preparing them to be highly effective, transformational teachers in equitable and inclusive learning communities. In particular,...
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Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19 Contributes to “Forget Me Not: Inclusion in the Classroom” Documentary

Disability advocate and Syracuse University School of Education doctoral student Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19, has contributed to a new, award-winning documentary that follows a couple’s journey as they look...
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How Evan Wichman ’12 Composes Culturally Relevant, Mindful Music Programs—from Queens to Beijing

Music educator Evan Wichman ’12 left his first school teaching role having designed a choral program from scratch and established a competitive a cappella group. But when asked how much...
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Five Questions for Rexana Vachereau ’19, G’20

Rexy Vachereau graduated summa cum laude in 2019 with a B.S. in Inclusive Early Childhood Special Education, with a minor in Political Science and in 2020 took a master’s degree...
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