The Social Justice & Diversity Research Fellowship Program, now in its third year at William & Mary, aims to equip students to address issues of inequity in academia, in their professions and in their everyday lives. The application for the 2020-2021 cohort is due June 1, 2020.
Katherine Barko-Alva, assistant professor of ESL and bilingual education, recruited students in the ESL and Bilingual Education program to support local Spanish-speaking families who were working to support their children learning at home during the pandemic.
In late February, prior to the closure of universities and conferences due to the pandemic, W&M Holmes Scholars had the opportunity to network and present their work at the 72nd American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Meeting.
S. Stuart Flanagan, a professor emeritus who taught mathematics education at William & Mary for almost three decades, is continuing his family's legacy of helping others through a new $2 million gift to the School of Education.
The pandemic has ushered in a need for online counseling services, and student interns in the New Horizons Family Counseling Clinic and New Leaf Clinic are rising to the challenge as they navigate uncertain times themselves.
W&M education faculty have quickly put together webinars and an at-home learning hub full of resources and tips for parents helping K-12 students at home while schools are closed for COVID-19.