Lee Vreeland, an alumna of the School of Education, has been selected as the next CEO and president of An Achievable Dream, a local non-profit education organization.
The William & Mary School of Education has launched a new Online Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Counseling program, with concentrations in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
The Teachers of Promise Foundation provides uplifting support to teachers at its annual Teachers of Promise Institute, where preservice teachers and master educators gather at a two day intensive conference of workshops, group meetings and a gala celebration.
The School of Education hosted alumni and emeritus faculty who were among the first African Americans to join William & Mary as students and faculty for a discussion March 15.
Students from across the disciplines within the School of Education will present their research during a day-long symposium focused on interdisciplinary connections.
A new student-led initiative, the W&M Collegiate Recovery Program, seeks to offer a safe space and a community of support for students in recovery — while reducing the stigma of addiction on campus.