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Students receive new study abroad scholarships

April 20, 2015
Students receive new study abroad scholarships

Five College of Education students participating in study abroad programs this summer will have a portion of their costs covered thanks to a new scholarship program. Dean Donald E. Heller recently presented the awards to the students, who were selected from a pool of nearly 30 applicants. The college is working to increase the...
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Faculty explores education system in Cuba

May 19, 2014
Faculty explores education system in Cuba

Ten faculty members in the College of Education at Michigan State University recently returned from a study tour of Cuba. With one the highest literacy rates in the world and a historically restricted relationship with the United States, Cuba offers a particularly unique opportunity to explore another nation’s education system. The MSU group interacted...
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PISA results: Lagging U.S. students need more rigorous math

December 3, 2013
PISA results: Lagging U.S. students need more rigorous math

As American students continue to lag behind international peers in math skills, a Michigan State University scholar argues the United States could improve its standing by increasing exposure to formal math such as algebra and geometry consistent with the new Common Core State Standards. Math instruction also needs to be more consistent throughout the...
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Shahjahan elected to two international boards

November 27, 2013
Shahjahan elected to two international boards

Assistant professor of Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education Riyad Shahjahan has been appointed to two boards—both influential in the field of international education. Shahjahan will serve as member-at-large for the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Council on International Higher Education. He will also sit on the editorial board for Policy Futures in...
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Heller co-edits new book

August 19, 2013
Heller co-edits new book

Student financing in higher education is the topic of a new book co-edited by Michigan State University College of Education Dean Donald Heller. By examining financial aid trends in different parts of the world, Heller and co-editor Claire Callender contribute to an understanding of how these global trends affect student financial aid costs. The...
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