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Professor Courtney Mauldin Discusses Teaching Black History in the Wake of Buffalo Shooting

Buffalo mass shooting reignites conversations about how racism is taught in classrooms (CNY Central | May 17, 2022) On Saturday a white supremacist targeted Black people in a mass shooting...
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Professors Ashby, Ferri Weigh In on Section 504 Update

For the first time in 45 years, the US Department of Education is planning to update federal mandates for how schools and colleges must accommodate students with disabilities. The department...
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SCSD, SU School of Education to Explore Social Justice Through Math at May 7 Event

What do food justice and Interstate 81 in Syracuse have to do with math? Explore this and other local social justice questions at a unique and interactive experience—featuring music, food,...
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School of Education Community Members Honored at 2022 One University Awards

Syracuse University School of Education faculty, staff, students, and alumni were well-represented at the 2022 One University Awards held Friday, April 22, in Hendricks Chapel, with alumnus Jaime Alicea G’88...
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Professor Wendy K. Moy to Conduct NE Premiere of “Amendment”

On April 27, 2022, at 8 p.m. in the Setnor Auditorium in Crouse College, the Syracuse University Vocal Ensemble—conducted by Assistant Professor of Music Education Wendy K. Moy—will present the...
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The School of Education Welcomes Three New Professors in Counselor Education, Instructional Design

Syracuse University School of Education welcomes three new faculty hires who will strengthen its educational offerings and its research and publishing portfolio in cornerstone programs. Joining Syracuse from the University...
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Professor George Theoharis Weighs In on More Police for Syracuse Schools

Will more police be present at schools in Syracuse? (CNY Central | March 15, 2022) Recent acts of violence have been present outside and inside schools in the City of...
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New Book Explores Live-Actor Simulations as Effective Training for Real-World Educational Challenges

Featuring School of Education Experts, “Clinical Simulations” Is an Essential, Cross-Disciplinary Guide to Effective Educator Development Syracuse University School of Education is a pioneer and international leader in the use...
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Professor Beth Ferri Interviewed by KBTX About Dyslexic Students Scholarship

Caldwell parents start scholarship fund for dyslexic students (KBTX (Bryan, TX) | March 11, 2022) Studies show that one in five students have some form of dyslexia, meaning that 15%...
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Symposium on Anti-Asian Violences to Feature Professors Michael Gill and Susan Thomas

Professors Michael Gill and Susan Thomas of the School of Education’s Department of Cultural Foundations of Education (CFE) will feature in a March 24-25 symposium interrogating the histories and trajectories...
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