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Professor Courtney Mauldin Discusses Teaching Black History in the Wake of Buffalo Shooting

Buffalo mass shooting reignites conversations about how racism is taught in classrooms (CNY Central | May 17, 2022) On Saturday a white supremacist targeted Black people in a mass shooting...
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Professor George Theoharis Weighs In on More Police for Syracuse Schools

Will more police be present at schools in Syracuse? (CNY Central | March 15, 2022) Recent acts of violence have been present outside and inside schools in the City of...
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Professor Beth Ferri Interviewed by KBTX About Dyslexic Students Scholarship

Caldwell parents start scholarship fund for dyslexic students (KBTX (Bryan, TX) | March 11, 2022) Studies show that one in five students have some form of dyslexia, meaning that 15%...
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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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Syracuse Schools Grad Rates Are Rising: Professor George Theoharis Comments to WAER

Syracuse City School District sees significant gains in graduation rates (WAER Radio | Feb. 18, 2022) The remarkable rise in Syracuse City School District high school graduation rates can have...
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The Daily Orange: SENSES Project Provides SU Students an Outlet to Produce Music, Podcasts

(The Daily Orange | Feb. 16, 2022) Gustavo Eumana always knew he wanted to get into music. A senior at Syracuse University, Eumana has an ear for beats and music...
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Professor Marcelle Haddix Appointed Associate Provost for Strategic Initiatives

Vice Chancellor and Provost Gretchen Ritter announced today the appointment of Marcelle Haddix, Distinguished Dean’s Professor of Literacy, Race, and Justice in Reading and Language Arts, to the position of...
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Independent Thinking Is “Imperative”: Professor Kal Alston Quoted in Inside Higher Ed

How K-12 Book Bans Affect Higher Education (Inside Higher Ed | Feb. 10, 2022) Culture war battles have long been fought in colleges and K-12 schools alike, with ideological opponents...
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The Daily Orange: InclusiveU Plans to Expand Accessibility for Students with Disabilities at SU

(The Daily Orange | Feb. 1, 2022) When New York state restored funding on April 25 to InclusiveU, Beth Myers said she was thankful. But the Executive Director of [Syracuse...
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Rolling to NPR: Arts Classes Can Be an “Oasis”

James Haywood Rolling Jr., professor of arts education, spoke to NPR on the importance and impact of arts and creative classes in K-12 schools. According to NPR, health experts recently...
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