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Sociology of Education Master's Online Info Session

Attending this event is an excellent place to get all of your questions answered before the application deadline of February 1st. We look forward to connecting with you!

Areas of Study: Education

ASD Nest Support Project Celebrates 20 Years

Mayor Eric Adams spoke at a special anniversary event held on November 6.
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Accessible Music and Creative Code

For Music Technology alum Willie Payne (PhD ’23), music and code go hand in hand.
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MLC’s 2024 Early Career Teacher Institute

This innovative online professional development series is designed to improve quality instruction for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year teachers and teaching assistants.

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Case Study on Multilingualism in Classrooms Shows Acts of Care and Solidarity as Well as Exclusion, Aggression

New research led by Associate Professor of Language Education Kongji Qin outlined the various ways that translanguaging pedagogy can be used in a classroom.
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Black Women Teaching Science Find Formula for Incorporating Anti-Racist Practices, Study Finds

A study by Assistant Professor of Science Education Alexis D. Riley found that Black female science teachers are finding ways to incorporate anti-racist teaching in their classrooms.
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Student Spotlight: Hazara Leon (MA '24)

A Higher Education and Student Affairs graduate student who "lived her best life abroad" pursues a career in international education.
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Bruce Huang (EdD ’21) Creates Scholarships for Underrepresented Students

Two new scholarships will benefit those in Steinhardt’s EdD in Leadership and Innovation program.
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Department of Teaching and Learning's Okhee Lee Awarded $3M from National Science Foundation

The research dives into a justice-centered STEM education framework for multilingual learners in middle school.
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Grouping English Learners in Classrooms Yields No Benefit in Reading Development, New Study Finds

Research by Associate Professor of Literacy Education Michael Kieffer casts doubt on the longtime academic practice of segregating students with limited English proficiency.
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