“Dividing Opportunities: Tracking in High School Mathematics,” released by the PROM/SE (Promoting Rigorous Outcomes in Mathematics and Science Education) project in June 2008, was listed by the NSF Math and Science Partnership site among the Top Ten highlighted papers for 2008.
Dozens of Detroit schools striving to improve student achievement now have direct support from Michigan State University’s distinguished pool of education researchers. The Detroit-based Skillman Foundation selected the MSU College of Education to operate its Good Schools Resource Center, starting Jan.1, 2009. By accepting the two-year, nearly $2 million grant, MSU has committed to help… Read More »
To read the article “MSU scholars help Minnesota become global leader in math” from Michigan State University News, please visit: http://news.msu.edu/story/5761#.
Sean Kottke, who received his Ph.D. in educational psychology and educational technology in fall 2007, has fulfilled a long-time dream to appear on Jeopardy! His participation in the TV game show (of which he can’t yet disclose the outcome) will air at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11 on WILX-TV, or Channel 10 in the Lansing… Read More »
To read the article “Colorado State Awarded $12.5 Million National Science Foundation Grant for STEM Teacher Development” from Colorado State University News, please visit: http://www.news.colostate.edu/Release/3914.
To read the article “MSU scholars help lead national effort for education reform” from Michigan State University News, please visit: http://news.msu.edu/story/5734/.
To read the article “Ed Advice Series included in new book, The Obama Education Plan” from merrow.org, please visit: http://www.merrow.org/ed_advice/.
Ashleigh Heck and Charlie Runyan, both first-year students in the Student Affairs Administration master’s degree program, won the Michigan College Personnel Association Case Study Competition. The competition, in which students give presentations on a pre-determined case study related to their field, was held Oct. 21 at Eastern Michigan University as part of the association’s annual… Read More »
Leigh Graves Wolf, an instructor and coordinator of the educational technology master’s degree program, and Korine Wawrzynski, an adjunct faculty member in educational administration, have been accepted into the inaugural cohort of the Walter and Pauline Adams Academy for Instructional Excellence and Innovation at MSU. The academy is a new initiative that will provide a… Read More »