A new course offered this semester through the William & Mary School of Education and Arts & Sciences enabled undergraduates to learn how faculty members study complex educational issues.
Leslie Bohon, Ph.D. candidate and Sharon Stone, Ph.D. ’14 are working with the Reves Center to pilot a program which prepares international students at William and Mary in high-quality intensive training in language skills and cultural competence.
A new book written by Jennifer L. Hindman, Ph.D. empowers instructional leaders to harness the selection research and unite it with their knowledge of the position needs in order create more targeted and effective interviews.
Student organizations offer an array of opportunities to make new connections and be involved in campus life at the graduate level.
Professor Lindy Johnson has joined the School of Education faculty as Assistant Professor of English Education.
EPPL Students, and Faculty Present at the Virginia Educational Research Association (VERA) Annual Meeting 2014.
Professor Pamela Eddy is co-author with Professor Marilyn J. Amey on a new book, Creating Strategic Partnerships: A Guide for Educational Institutions and Their Partners.
You are invited to the Hauben Distinguished Lecture, Counting What Counts: Education Outcomes that Matter, by Yong Zhao, Ph.D. October 2, 2014.
Patricia A. Popp, Ph.D. has been named by Governor Terry McAuliffe to the Commonwealth Council on Childhood Success.
On September 4, the College of William and Mary School of Education welcomed Philip Forgit, Executive Director of the Virginia Education Association, to the first meeting of the Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA).
Professor Jeremy Stoddard and 16 Virginia professors collaborated to write an op ed which was published by the Richmond Times Dispatch Aug. 30.
On August 26 a new educational journey will begin as classes start for 186 new students at the School of Education.
The College of William and Mary hosted 25 fellows from across Sub-Saharan Africa this summer to discuss civic leadership.
2014 American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA) offers opportunities for William and Mary faculty and students.
Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton included a visit to the School of Education VISTA camp to see their work.
Graduate students from William & Mary’s School of Education recently had a chance to learn about the Italian higher-education system in the best place possible for such a study: Italy.
A new hybrid program offering a College Teaching Certificate addresses recent changes in college teaching.
Professor Pamela Eddy edited a recent volume in the New Directions for Higher Education series titled Connecting Learning Across the Institution.
Professor Pamela L. Eddy was among for professors college-wide to receive funding through the Creative Adaptations Fund.
The higher education program at William & Mary’s School of Education was represented by six faculty, students, and alumni who presented at the annual 2014 conference of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges.
The School of Education, in keeping with the university commitment to internationalization, is focusing its study abroad programs with trips to Ireland, China and Italy.
Among awards presented at commencement, Professor John Noell Moore received the Thomas Ashley Graves, Jr. Awards for Sustained Excellence in Teaching.
On Sunday, the first students from William & Mary with an Executive Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree in K-12 administration will graduate. Eight students from the program’s first cohort are receiving their degrees this weekend after three years of work, during which many of them simultaneously held educational leadership positions in school districts from Hampton Roads to Pennsylvania.
A new book, Reading, Writing, and Literacy 2.0, recently released by Professor Denise Johnson, connects to the Common Core State Standards.
Having recently completed her dissertation defense, Rachel Strawn has been name the Program Director of Great Expectations.
This year’s Division H – Research, Evaluation, and Assessment in Schools Outstanding Publication Award has been presented to Dr. Christopher Gareis and Dr. Leslie Grant.
Graduate students and professors collaborate in award-winning paper: “Student Academic Optimism: a confirmatory factor analysis” has been selected as a 2014 Highly Commended Paper winner for Journal of Educational Administration.
Steve Staples ’76, M.Ed. ’83, an adjunct faculty member in the William & Mary School of Education, has been named Virginia’s superintendent of public instruction, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced in a press release.
Professor Lori Korinek, a lifelong special educator and advocate for students with disabilities, has been awarded the Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence
West Meets East: Best Practices of Expert Teachers in the U.S. and China is co-authored by Leslie Grant, James Stronge, Xianxuan Xu, Patricia Popp, Yaling Sun, and Catherine Little.
Dr. Shaun Harper was a guest lecturer at the Hornsby Distinguished Lecture on March 12. There were about 130 guests present as he addressed the topic of educating minority students.
Assistant Professor Jamel Donnor's new book addresses new issues in racial integration of public schools.
Bobby Harrell ‘60, ‘93 (Ed.S.), a three-term member of the School of Education Development Board, has been named the Suffolk and North Suffolk Rotary clubs’ First Citizen for 2014.
Dr. Bruce A. Bracken has published his second novel, Invisible. Dr. Bracken expressed that “his intended literary contribution of this novel is to bring into focus and give voice to a portion of society that seamlessly coexists unnoticed within all contextual backdrops.
The College of William and Mary School of Education remained in the top 40 in the U.S. News and World Report rankings released today.
Two Ph.D. counselor education students and three Master’s counseling students were awarded a student research grant from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.
Dr. Tracy L. Cross visited Dublin in December 2013 to witness a ceremony honoring U.S. Senator George Mitchell who was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy.
On February 13 higher education students, alongside alumni of the higher education program, participated in a mock interview day in the School of Education.
In this recently published book, Dr. Tracy L. Cross and his co-editors highlight The Roeper School, a school that energetically promotes intellectual development while also attending to the social, emotional, and ethical growth of its students.
School of Education Dean, Spencer Niles, has been elected as the President-elect of Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), an international honor society that values academic and professional excellence in counseling.
In this newly published book, Dr. Spencer G. Niles, a leading career development theorist and practitioner, presents state-of-the-art career counseling strategies for helping clients resolve their career issues.
In a unique opportunity for the students and for the School of Education Center for Gifted Education, the center hosted 28 middle-school-age students selected from a number of schools in South Korea.