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“Critical Conversations in Urban Education” Returns Nov. 17

School of Education’s Acclaimed Series Presents “Promise, Potential, and Possibilities: A Collaborative Conversation about Urban Education”

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Addressing the Nationwide Need for Teachers: Q&A With Dean Nancy Butler Songer

  SOE Dean Nancy Butler Songer discusses the current state of education in America

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Aroutis Foster Awarded NSF CAREER Grant for “Learning as Identity Within Games for Science”

Aroutis Foster, Ph.D. was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Development (CAREER) Program award for nearly $765,000 for the project “CAREER: Projective Reflection: Learning as Identity Exploration Within Games for Science.”

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Future Educators of Drexel Travel to Washington, D.C.

Students got an inside look at issues and trends in education and policymaking.

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Resistance in Moldova: Teachers, Textbooks and Social Memory

Global Education Colloquium Returns on June 17 with American University’s Dr. Elizabeth Worden

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Can You Learn to be Creative? This Master’s Degree Teaches Students to Create ‘Aha!’ Moments

  What is the most crucial factor in the success of future leaders? According to a 2010 survey by IBM of more than 1,500 CEOs from 60 countries and 33 industries worldwide, the answer is creativity.

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School of Education Commencement Information

Drexel’s School of Education will hold its 2014 Commencement Ceremony on Friday, June 13 at 10 a.m.

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Global Education Colloquium on May 20

“Women Leading Schools Worldwide: Issues of Access and Practice”

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