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“Disproportionately Affected”: USA Today Speaks to Professor Courtney Mauldin About School Dress Codes

Sexist, racist and classist: Why the feds are getting involved in school dress codes (USA Today | Jan. 23, 2023) Students, advocates, researchers and now a congressional watchdog agency are...
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Professor Michael Gill’s New Book Explores Food Allergies in Relation to Disability and Race

Professor Michael Gill’s new book—Allergic Intimacies: Food, Disability, Desire, and Risk (Fordham Press, 2023)—is the first to explore food allergies in the United States from the perspective of disability and...
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Professor Barbara Applebaum Interviewed on “Willful Ignorance and the Critical Race Theory Controversy”

This interview discusses Professor Barbara Applebaum’s paper “Willful Hermeneutical Ignorance and the ‘Critical Race Theory’ Controversy,” published in the journal Educational Theory, edited by interviewer Nicholas Burbules. Professor Applebaum examines...
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InclusiveU Student and Journalist Thomas Wilson Is a 2023 Unsung Hero

The 38th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Planning Committee has announced the 2023 Unsung Hero Award winners. Joining InclusiveU student Thomas J. Wilson are Syracuse University staff...
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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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Mathematics Education in Focus at the 2022 Research Showcase

The School of Education’s Mathematics Education program held its annual research showcase on Dec. 6, 2022, in Syracuse University’s Bird Library. Faculty and graduate students presented posters describing their current...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin Discusses “Over-Policed” School Dress Codes with U.S. News, EdWeek

Why School Dress Codes Are Often Unfair (U.S. News & World Report | Dec. 23, 2022) School dress codes have been a topic of debate between students, parents and administrators...
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InclusiveU Director Brianna Shults Discusses SCSD Partnership with Urban CNY

Special Education Students Experience College—and Independence—through SCSD and SU Partnerships (Urban CNY | Dec. 17, 2022) Each morning last year, Emilio Smith got on the bus at his house and...
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Breedlove Readers Book Club Featured on NBC’s “The Kelly Clarkson Show”

On Dec. 16, 2022, The New York Times bestselling authors Angie Thomas and Nicola Yoon joined NBC host Kelly Clarskon to discuss their new young adult novel Whiteout and share...
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