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The first banquet for the Harold Grinspoon Foundation's Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Awards was held on May 1 to recognize Hampden County West award winners. Among the winners was Katerina Sherrick, a History Teacher License graduate from the Bridges to the Future pathway. Katerina was joined by her mentor, Irene LaRoche, College of Education alum and Amherst Regional Middle School teacher. Kudos, Katerina!
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Early childhood education students engage in a rigorous academic program as well as a carefully sequenced series of field experiences in diverse educational settings.
Statement in response to Federal government on gender identification.Read our full statement here
Sarah Fefer’s research demonstrates that family-school partnerships are essential in supporting students with challenging behaviors.
Thanks to the Carney family, a new auditorium is transforming learning and engagement at the College of Education.
Social Justice professor Jamila Lyiscott works to transform schools into institutions that truly foster equality.
We are pleased to announce our former PhD student in Higher Ed, Dr. Victoria Malaney Brown, has been appointed as Assembly Coordinator for Coalitions & Networks at American College Personnel Association - College Student Educators International (ACPA) starting January 2020. Congratulations, Victoria!
Master's student in the Secondary Teacher Education Program Margaret (M.E.) Hersey is among 40 teachers nationwide to receive the Milken Education Award recognizing early to mid-career elementary and secondary school teachers.
Associate Professor of Higher Education Dr. Ezekiel Kimball and Higher Education doctoral student Hanni Thoma published the article, "College Experiences for Students With Disabilities: An Ecological Synthesis of Recent Literature," in the Journal of College Student Development.
Professor Gretchen Rossman taught her last class yesterday after 32 years at the College of Education. Fittingly, it was the Qualitative Research course which she pioneered and has taught for decades.
Welcome back! Today is the first day of spring semester classes.