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Donna DeSiato G’04 Cites School of Education Collaboration as She Responds to ESM Threats

As reported by LocalSyr.com (Sept. 26, 2022), East-Syracuse Minor, Solvay, Corcoran, and Henninger high schools in the Syracuse area experienced a spate of racial threats of violence across September 25...
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Led by Professor Courtney Mauldin, The Breedlove Readers Book Club Gears Up for Its Fall 2022 Series

The Breedlove Readers, a teen book club run by Courtney Mauldin, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, is getting ready to welcome its fourth cohort of middle and high school Black...
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Professor Corrine Occhino Conducting First National Survey on Reproductive Health Experiences of Deaf Women

As limits to women’s reproductive rights swirl in the national news, one researcher at Syracuse University is engaged in a groundbreaking nationwide study on the reproductive health experiences of Deaf...
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The Daily Orange: Baldanza Fund Aims to Improve Learning for Diverse, Underrepresented Students

(The Daily Orange | Sept. 2, 2022) Syracuse University’s Baldanza Fund for Excellence in Education Policy in Practice sends diverse teaching candidates from the university to local school districts to...
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Eva Williams G’00 & Donna DeSiato G’04: “You Have to Love What You’re Doing”

Two School Leaders and SOE Alumnae Reflect on Educational Challenges and How They Are Meeting Them With Rigor, Care, and Joy Editor’s Note: This is a full-length version of a...
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Professor Nicole Fonger: Developing an Equation for Equitable Mathematics

Professor’s collaborative research draws on social justice issues to improve outcomes in math education. Nicole Fonger has always loved math and its challenges. She adheres to the mantra that everyone...
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Hoping to Eliminate Barriers to Education, InclusiveU Goes to Washington, DC

On any given day, members of Congress and their staff can hold dozens of meetings with concerned citizens and interest groups looking to advocate on behalf of a particular issue....
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School of Education Convenes Local Educators of Color to Share Experiences and Center Healing

In spring 2022, The Study Council at Syracuse University and the Intergroup Dialogue Program collaborated to develop a supportive online community for educators of color across Central New York. Facilitated...
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Professor Corrine Occhino Awarded Grant to Promote ASL Among Deaf Refugees

Corrine Occhino, an assistant professor with a dual appointment in the School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded an SU Engaged Humanities Mini-grant for...
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The Study Council Sponsors CNY Book Study to Promote Equity-Focused School Leadership

An example of Syracuse University School of Education’s extensive collaboration with regional school districts—as well as its commitment to inclusive, equitable, and antiracist education—The Study Council’s 2021-2022 CNY Book Study...
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