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News items from the College of Education

No Child Left Behind may be fading away, but accountability is here to stay
We must deliver what we’ve promised our nation’s youth, says Lynn education dean Feb. 14, 2012
Palm Beach County teacher and Lynn Ed.D. student recognized
Reid-Thomas was recently named a CPED Research Fellow and is a member of Lynn’s inaugural Ed.D. cohort Aug. 16, 2011
Lynn University announces new dean of its Ross College of Education
Craig Mertler’s career has focused on helping school districts make sense of the numbers Jun. 22, 2011
Education professor discusses techniques for improving American schools
“Success depends on well prepared teachers having the necessary facilities, materials and time to ensure all students have an equal opportunity to learn,” said Storey. Mar. 08, 2011
Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate receives Phase II funding
Feb. 28, 2011
Lynn recognized as model site for students with disabilities transition programs
Lynn named the On the Job Training (OJT) Site of the Year and receives a $2.5 million federal grant Dec. 07, 2010
Students search for their passion during Lynn’s 2011 January Term
Self-starter and founder of the One-Week Job Project, Sean Aiken, to address Lynn students Nov. 29, 2010
Storey outlines shift in the US education policy
Lynn education professor says, “The New DEEL will focus on democratic and ethical decisions and benefit educational leadership” Aug. 23, 2010
National experts discuss the rising issue of students with learning differences
Fewer students with learning differences are being diagnosed because testing is less available, says Glines Feb. 25, 2010
College of Education partners with UF, FSU on state-wide program
Project will allow educators to earn endorsement in teaching autistic, deaf and blind students Sep. 30, 2009
Prof analyzes gap between children from minority backgrounds vs. majority groups
“Parental involvement is low among Hispanic families compared to families from the majority group,” says Ruiz Camacho. “The current administration should work to close this gap.” Apr. 23, 2009
Education prof and literacy specialist named College Reading and Learning Association president-elect
Proficient readers, writers, speakers and listeners are more likely to succeed as future teachers, says Wolf Apr. 16, 2009
Healthcare at the Forefront – Do personal values affect hospital leadership?
“In the last decade, political, social and economic forces have fostered a market-driven healthcare environment,” say Lynn profs Jan. 05, 2009
Storey presents paper dealing with ‘glaring omission’ in U.S. education policy
Nov. 19, 2008
Lynn is looking for South Florida’s best and brightest educators to fill out inaugural Ed.D. class
The Ross College of Education is now recruiting for new “practitioner’s doctorate” program with Carnegie Foundation pedigree Nov. 05, 2008
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