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Elisa Dekaney, Beth Myers to receive Meredith Teaching Honors

Elisa Dekaney, professor of music education, will be named a 2020-2023 Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor for Teaching Excellence, and Beth Myers, assistant professor of inclusive education, will...
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New York State Restores Pre-Pandemic Funding Levels for InclusiveU

InclusiveU, a program that helps students with intellectual and developmental disabilities attend Syracuse University, will receive $100,000 in the 2021-2022 New York State budget. Earlier this month, State Senator John...
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Juli Boeheim G’97 to Deliver 2021 School of Education Convocation Address

Juli Boeheim G’97 will deliver the convocation address to the 2021 graduates of the School of Education. The ceremony will be streamed virtually for graduates, families and friends over Syracuse University...
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Lender Center for Social Justice Hosts Community Conversation on Race, Disability and Justice

Recordings of all Policed Bodies sessions are now available online. The Lender Center for Social Justice, along with the Center on Disability and Inclusion and the Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series, is bringing the...
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Curating the Bigger Picture: Evan Starling-Davis

Evan Starling-Davis, Ph.D. student in literacy education, is a narrative artist, curator and producer. More precisely, he names himself a digital-age “griot”—a term used for traveling poets, musicians and storytellers...
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New Accreditation for School of Education Ensures Excellence and Innovation

The process of teaching is, by its nature, subject to constant change. Educators, from preschool through higher education, must stay abreast of societal issues, new research and evolving technologies to...
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School of Education Ranked No. 55 by U.S. News & World Report for 2022

Syracuse University’s School of Education has been recognized as No. 55 for Best Education Graduate Schools by U.S. News & World Report for 2022. The school is ranked No. 14...
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Lesson Plans: Sydney Ringel ’22

It’s not every day you hear someone say they love doing homework, but Sydney Ringel ’22 says homework is her life. The inclusive elementary and special education major has always felt comfortable...
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Doctoral student, alumni honored for dissertations on diverse student experiences

Three School of Education doctoral students and alumni were recently honored for their dissertation research and writing. Phillandra Smith, a doctoral student in special education, was awarded second place in...
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Faculty talk with Jabbedu podcast, The Newshouse

Joanna Masingila, dean and professor, and Christy Ashby, associate professor, spoke to The NewHouse’s Wheelchair Quarterback Joey Pagano for “Analyzing SU’s Universal Design for Learning technique.” Universal Design for Learning,...
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