A screening of “Backpack Full of Cash,” a documentary about the privatization of public schools, inspired a lively discussion last week at the School of Education.
Evan Pfeiffer ’16, M.A.Ed. ’17 has been awarded a Williamsburg-James City County Schools Foundation Innovative Learning Grant Award for February 2018.
Mayor Levar Stoney visited the School of Education to recruit top teachers to Richmond Public Schools.
The center received the Legacy Book Award from the Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented for their book, Mind Your Time.
Jim Barber, Associate Professor of Higher Education in the department of Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership, was recently named the editor of Oracle: The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.
Hulon LaVaughan Willis, Sr. was the first African American to enroll at William & Mary, earning his master’s of education in 1956.
Five doctoral students in the W&M School of Education were selected to participate in the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education’s (AACTE) Holmes Scholars Program based on their achievements and their commitment to diversity and equity.
Highlighting W&M’s Training and Technical Assistance Center's (T/TAC) special education experts helping schools and families of students with mild and moderate disabilities throughout eastern Virginia.