Category: Feature Story

CritQuant: School of Education Faculty and Students Join a Movement to Disrupt Traditional Research Methods

A group of Syracuse University School of Education faculty and graduate students are part of a growing movement in academia that is re-evaluating long-held assumptions about research design. Critical Quantitative...
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Five Questions for Tara Dunspaugh ’99

Tara Dunspaugh graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in Inclusive Elementary and Special Education and a minor in Anthropology. Having joined the School of Education not long after...
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Professors Theoharis and Myers Reflect on 25 Years of Social Studies and Inclusive Education Team Teaching

It is one of Syracuse University School of Education’s most significant “firsts.” In 1991, student teachers were admitted into a brand new Inclusive Elementary and Special Education bachelor’s degree program,...
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For Suzanne Grant Lewis ’78, a Syracuse Education Launched a Stellar International Education Career

Suzanne Grant Lewis ’78 stands as a remarkable example of how a School of Education degree in Selected Studies in Education can be leveraged into a globe-trotting career supporting higher...
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Five Questions for Hafiz Awais Afzal G’22

A resident of Lahore, Pakistan, Hafiz Awais Afzal earned his M.S. in Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation from Syracuse University School of Education in 2022. He also holds a bachelor’s...
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Syracuse University School of Education Joins $25M USAID Project to Support Inclusive Education in Uzbekistan

Syracuse University School of Education (SOE) has joined a consortium led by not-for-profit development group Creative focused on developing inclusive and equitable early grade education in Uzbekistan. Doctoral Candidate Sara...
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Good Reads: SOE’s Summer Literacy Clinic Takes an Inquiry-Based Approach

It’s officially called the Summer Literacy Clinic, but there’s much more to it than one-on-one reading and tutoring. True, when you enter the library of Roberts PreK-8 School in the...
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School of Education Awarded $3.7M Department of Education Grant to Recruit Special Education Leaders

Syracuse University School of Education has been awarded a $3.7 million grant from the US Department of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services to prepare—along with two partner...
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School of Education Faculty Publish “Lesson Study with Mathematics and Science Preservice Teachers”

Lesson Study with Mathematics and Science Preservice Teachers: Finding the Form (Routledge, 2023) is a new overview of the fundamentals of lesson study edited by Syracuse University School of Education...
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Higher Education M.S. Student Janice Lopez G’25 Helps Organize SU’s 2023 Latine Heritage Month

What does it mean to be a descendant of Latine, Latinx, Latino, Latina and Hispanic heritage and trace your cultural roots to a Spanish-speaking community in Latin America, Central America,...
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