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Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses has received the Purdue University College of Education Distinguished Alumni Award
This award is the highest recognition for a Purdue alumnus and recognizes notable achievements. Since 1991, it has only been presented to 107 of nearly 19,000 alumni.
New dual license program available for teacher education majors
Obtain licenses in general and special education.
Dayton Public Schools hosted a welcome event to orient 28 inclusive special education field students to the district
DPS reached out to Molly Sawyer in the Fall to build this new partnership, and Ashley Johnson and Molly Kelly are participating in the partnership and attended the event.
Where Can We Find Lots of Tutors? Bill in Congress Would Deploy Teachers-in-Training
EDP Professor, Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses was quoted in an article from EducationWeek.
Reframe: Episode 81
On this episode, hear about a plan to address the ongoing shortage of school psychologists.
Miami University, Hamilton County confront school psychologist shortage with win-win solution
During an average week, Christopher Perry, a Miami University graduate student in the educational psychology department, works directly alongside professional school psychologists to help boost the academic, social, and emotional success of students in each school.
February SEOH News
Our February news is all about the Center for Career Exploration & Success and its services for teacher education candidates. There is a Tri-State Teacher Job Fair next month, and students can be preparing for the event now! Check out the Center's website to learn how.
2020 - 2021 EHS CFR Faculty Research Awards
The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) Grants Program awards funding to promote research. Please join us in congratulating our colleagues!
Reframe: Episode 80
In this episode, we discuss Dr. Leah Wasburn-MosesÂ’ new book, Student Teaching: Past, Present, and Future, and the implications it has for education reform.