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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!
The Center of Racial Justice and Youth Engaged Research (CRJ) centers Black and Brown students in the work of racial and educational justice through community-school-university partnerships.Read more
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The Center of Racial Justice and Youth Engaged Research (CRJ) centers Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC)
Associate Professor Jennifer Randall is moving education toward culturally sustaining and explicitly anti-racist assessments.
Ximena Zúñiga’s pioneering scholarship on intergroup dialogue has made the UMass College of Education a center for this innovative social justice practice.
Sireci, Wells, and colleagues published "Linguistic Distance and Translation Differential Item Functioning on Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study Mathematics Assessment Items" Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment.
The Graduate School launched a one-time funding program, "Return to Research Grants", designed to support doctoral students whose research has been negatively impacted by Covid-19.
Torrey Trust and Bob Maloy published "The Real Solution to Learning Loss: Valuing Teachers and the Teaching Profession Everyone" in EdSurge.
Trauma Informed Global Resilience Series