Category Archives: Teacher Education tagged with 'CEPSE'

Reckase wins top career award in educational measurement

University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Mark D. Reckase is the recipient of a national career award this week. The National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) will present Reckase with the 2016 Career Award at the council’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The award honors outstanding scholars whose publications, presentations and professional activities over the span of… Read More »

Mishra to receive Outstanding Faculty Award

Michigan State University is honoring Professor Punya Mishra with the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award. He is among 10 MSU faculty members receiving the award this year for outstanding contributions to research and education. Mishra is a professor of educational technology and has served as director of the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program since… Read More »

New school evaluation method fails to affect housing prices

The controversial new method of evaluating teachers and schools – called “value-added” – does not appear to affect property values, finds research by economists at Michigan State University and Cornell University. Their study, published in the Journal of Urban Economics, is the first to examine how the public release of such data is considered in… Read More »

New program for young children with autism to open at MSU

Michigan State University will launch one of the nation’s first programs to help young children with autism using a combination of one-on-one training sessions and classroom experiences with peers. The Early Learning Institute (ELI) opens for 3- to 4-year old children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) this fall. It is one of the latest collaborative… Read More »

Remembering Irv Lehmann

The College of Education mourns the loss of Professor Emeritus Irvin J. Lehmann, who died on Aug. 12, 2015. He was 87. Lehmann specialized in statistics and educational measurement and was a faculty member at Michigan State University for nearly 50 years. He retired from the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education (CEPSE)… Read More »

Job services lacking for people with autism, college study finds

As autism becomes more prevalent, the need grows for services that help young people with the disorder to find and keep jobs, indicates new research led by Michigan State University education scholars. Some 50,000 people with autism spectrum disorder turn 18 years old every year in the United States, and these “transition youth” – shifting… Read More »