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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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Professor George Theoharis Weighs In on School Cell Phone Bans

An Onondaga County high school is cracking down on cell phones. Will it last? (syracuse.com | Sept. 7, 2022) Cam Aitchison, who will be a sophomore at Liverpool High School...
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Sara Jo Soldovieri ’18, G’19 in Conversation on Improving Education and Employment for People With Disabilities

(Creative Spirit | Sept. 8, 2022) Education is a fundamental right, not a privilege, and no one should be left behind, especially not the millions of young adults with disabilities,...
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Professor Courtney Mauldin on WAER: Pandemic Learning Loss Recovery Requires Addressing All Student Needs

Pandemic learning loss recovery will require addressing all student needs, not just academics (WAER | Sept. 6, 2022) A recent federal study reports that math and reading scores for 9-year-olds took a...
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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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Doctoral Student Carrie Ingersoll-Wood Discusses Inclusive Sports with WCNY’s Cycle of Health

Cycle of Health: Inclusive Sports | July 28, 2022 Carrie Ingersoll-Wood, Director of the Syracuse University Disability Cultural Center and a current School of Education Ph.D. student in Teaching and...
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Professor Stephen Kuusisto in WaPo: My Guide Dog Can’t Protect Me from Guns

By Stephen Kuusisto, University Professor and Director of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach at the Burton Blatt Institute (The Washington Post | June 13, 2022) The No. 1 question I’m asked...
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Professor George Theoharis to AP: “Teachers Are Stretched More Now Than Ever”

Teachers after Texas attack: ‘None of us are built for this’ (AP | June 4, 2022) Teacher Jessica Salfia was putting up graduation balloons last month at her West Virginia...
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Professor George Theoharis to CNY Central: Historic Reasons for Syracuse’s School Segregation Rate

Schools across Syracuse area 13th most segregated by race in the nation (CNY Central | May 20, 2022) A new study of school segregation shows public school districts across the...
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“We’re Supposed to Be Opening Up Worlds”: Professor Kal Alston Discusses Book Bans with WRVO

Syracuse author speaks out about book banning (WRVO | June 2, 2022) Syracuse native and author Seamus Kirst is speaking out against a decision to ban one of his books....
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