Category: SOE in the Community

To Cap a Special Curriculum, Syracuse 8 Members—and Other Special Guests—Visit Jamesville-DeWitt Middle School

Three members of the Syracuse 8 surprised Jamesville-DeWitt middle schoolers on April 19, 2024, the 54th anniversary of their historic boycott, to wrap-up the students’ special unit on “Social Justice...
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“Donut” Forget Our Schools: School of Education to Celebrate Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week 2024

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week 2024 will be celebrated across May 6 to 10, and during that week Syracuse University School of Education will reward one special school with breakfast coffee and...
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Resurrecting Song: Professor Wendy Moy’s New Book Documents Choral Music’s Resilience During COVID-19

In her new book, Wendy Moy, Professor of Music Education in Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts and School of Education, brings together first-person accounts to offer a...
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Helping Address Hiring Crises, the Baldanza Fellows Program Expands to Syracuse City Schools

Teacher shortages and a predominantly white teaching force are two persistent hiring trends that continue to challenge public schools nationwide. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, nearly 90%...
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Center on Disability and Inclusion Awarded $1.7M to Support Employment for Individuals with Disabilities

Syracuse University School of Education’s Center on Disability and Inclusion has been awarded a five-year, $1.7 million New York State Education Department (NYSED) Core Rehabilitation Services contract to support individuals...
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School of Education: Breaking Barriers With Inclusive Teaching

On one of the colorful and crowded walls in Mrs. Touron’s 2nd grade classroom in a school just outside Syracuse, tucked in among posters about math and phonetics and geography,...
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Exploring Girlhoods: Black Scholars Connect, Imagine, and Heal

Jamila Walida Simon grew up in a time and place where children were expected to be largely seen and not heard; as an adult, she wanted to correct that, providing...
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Building Bridges to Inclusive Schools: 20 Years of Helping Educators Find Their “Teaching Voice” in NYC

“Growth” and “perspective” are the top gains Syracuse University School of Education (SOE) alumni note when reflecting on a semester spent student teaching in New York City. While the Bridge...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin Among Syracuse Faculty Awarded Creative NYSCA Grants

Syracuse University School of Education Professor Courtney Mauldin is among faculty members who have received either individual artist grants or an Organization Support Grant from the New York State Council...
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Professors Ashby & Myers Help Introduce Broadway Musical “How to Dance in Ohio”

From Boland Hall to Broadway, Colleagues, and Friends Produce “How to Dance in Ohio” Two Syracuse University alumni are opening their first Broadway musical as lead producers, How to Dance...
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