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Alumni Profile: Global Problem Solver

Alumni Profile: Global Problem Solver

How the drive to make an impact is motivating an alumna’s research By Lauren Knapp There was a problem: Online graduate students at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (UNL) were struggling to find where to go for what and who to call when. And then, Christina Yao created a solution through collaborative innovation. Yao, a… Read More »

From the Dean: Making Connections

From the Dean: Making Connections

By Robert E. Floden Among the strengths of the Michigan State University College of Education are the ways our faculty, staff and students make connections. Members of our college’s community conduct research studies that connect pressing problems of practice and policy to understandings drawn from prior research and to new insights that emerge. Students and… Read More »

Faculty Viewpoint: Here’s How Homeschooling is Changing in America

Faculty Viewpoint: Here’s How Homeschooling is Changing in America

By Kyle Greenwalt Associate Professor Department of Teacher Education greenwlt@msu.edu When children went back to school last fall, an increasing number of their homeschooled peers were starting their academic year as well. Homeschooling in the United States is growing at a strong pace. Recent statistics indicate that 1.5 million children were homeschooled in the United… Read More »