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Tag: colleges of education

Education Experts Call on the Government and Colleges to Rectify the...

In August 2021, 37 percent of U.S. K-12 teachers surveyed by the National Education Association (NEA) reported that they were considering leaving the profession.  Six...

Education Professors Fight Back Against Bans on Divisive Topics

Activist Malala Yousafzai’s autobiography, a coloring book of traditional African symbols, and a “Sesame Street” special on racism. In 2020, the Central York School...

Grand Valley State University to Research Diversity Among K-12 Teachers

A four-month fellowship cohort at the Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Center for Educational Partnership will soon begin work on research and outreach efforts...

Trauma-Informed Education Becomes Popular Response to Stress of COVID-19, Racial Strife,...

In recent years, a growing number of schools of education have begun focusing on trauma-informed teaching practices to help educators holistically address negative academic...

Colleges of Education Promote an Inclusive Approach to American History

As part of the increased fervor around racial justice and anti-racism in recent years, educators ranging from preschool teachers to higher education faculty have...