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The Next STEP: Science and Technology Entry Program Graduates the Class of 2022

Harvard University, Syracuse University, and Le Moyne College. These are the college destinations of the Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) Class of 2022: Michelle Amponsah and Z’nya Grainger, both...
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Sowing Seeds of Hope: Ashanti Hunter ’22 Wants to Make Urban Schools More Inclusive

In Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park, there’s a small garden where Syracuse University senior Ashanti Hunter ’22 has helped kindergarteners blossom. The children attend Community Roots, a local charter academy that...
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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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InclusiveU to Hold Inclusion Works! Reverse Job Fair

On April 28, 2022, Inclusion Works! will hold a “reverse job fair” from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Syracuse University Goldstein Student Center, 401 Skytop Road. A light breakfast...
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Van Duyn Principal Eva Williams G’00 Announced as 2022 School of Education Convocation Speaker

Eva Williams G’00, Principal of Van Duyn Elementary School in the Syracuse City School District, will be the 2022 Syracuse University School of Education Convocation Speaker. Convocation takes place on...
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“Belonging in Education:” Sarah Gentile G’03, G’22 Looks to Improve Experiences for All Students

Sarah Gentile G’03, G’22 describes herself as passionate about equity, inclusion, dignity, and belonging in education. Already Director of Fine Arts for the West Genesee Central School District in Camillus,...
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Lesson Study: Solvay Teachers Observe Cazenovia K-2 Science Education Methods

On March 18, 2022, teachers from Solvay Union Free School District had the opportunity to observe teachers from Burton Street Elementary School in the Cazenovia (NY) Central School District teach...
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School of Education, SCSD Collaboration Connects Math to Black History in Syracuse

Students at the Syracuse City School District learned algebra in meaningful and impactful ways during Black History Month, thanks to a collaboration between Nottingham High School mathematics teachers and Syracuse...
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“Sustained Effort”: Professor Joanna Masingila Lauds SCSD Graduation Successes on WAER

Syracuse high schools seem to have right formula for graduation success, expert says (WAER | Feb. 21, 2022) A local education expert saw significant takeaways from the Syracuse City School...
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“Be the Change”: María De Jesús G’11 on Educational Leadership and Making a Difference Beyond the Classroom

When María De Jesús G’11 was an undergraduate at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, NY, she worked as a cashier at Nojaim’s Supermarket, once an anchor of the city’s Near Westside...
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