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Angela Duckworth Teacher Education Conversation video

Angela Duckworth, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, joined the UD College of Education and Human Development for a conversation and question and answer Read More

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Join us for an Educational Leadership Alumni Reception on October 17!

The School of Education invites the alumni of its doctoral program in Educational Leadership and faculty members to join them for an evening of cocktails and conversation at the Ed.D. Read More

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September 2015 achievements

Please join the School of Education in congratulating its faculty and students and SOE colleagues in affiliated centers on their achievements over the month of September 2015. The School of Read More

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Ed.D. alumnus applies research to reduce senior dropout rate

In June 2005, only 385 seniors at William Penn High School in New Castle, Delaware, graduated. Fifty-five students, or 12 percent of the 440-student senior class failed to graduate, even Read More

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Welcome to our admitted students!

Congratulations on your admission to the University of Delaware. We hope you are excited about the possibilities! We have lots of information to help you make your decision. Top 10 Read More

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Alumni Weekend registration now open

The College of Education and Human Development is hosting several events to help our alumni reconnect with each other during this fun-filled weekend, as well as provide useful information for Read More

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Two education professors honored for excellence in teaching, advising

Two education professors were among the eight UD professors who were honored on May 6 with awards for Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring. Gary Allison, Read More

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CEHD Displays Scholarship at Symposium, Celebrates Success

On April 12, the University of Delaware College of Education and Human Development set aside a day to showcase student scholarship and celebrate the success of undergraduate and graduates alike. Read More

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Hampel Pens Opinion Piece About Extracurricular Activities

Advanced placement English? No thanks. Calculus? Maybe in college. When I as in high school, I avoided the hardest courses so I could devote more time to my favorite extracurricular Read More

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Linking Mathematics Research to Classroom Practice

Amanda Jansen and colleagues receive award for Rough Draft mathematics publication Writing rough drafts, discussing ideas with peers, and revising are familiar activities in English language arts classes where students Read More

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Partnership for Public Education supports public education

Conference brings together faculty, school and district partners More than 120 University of Delaware faculty and staff, K-12 school leaders, and district partners attended the University Partnership for Public Education Read More

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Commencement 2018

Assanis tells graduates to change the world, Mosko says be fearless and kind A sea of soon-to-be-graduating Blue Hens paraded onto the field of Delaware Stadium for the 169th Commencement Read More

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UD confers record number of doctorates

President Assanis urges all to invest their knowledge and creativity in service to the world The ranks of doctoral students continue to increase at the University of Delaware, where a Read More

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Honoring excellence in teaching, advising, scholarship

Faculty, graduate students win top awards Eight members of the University of Delaware faculty have been recognized for outstanding work in teaching and advising, and four graduate teaching assistants have Read More

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May 9: 2018 UD Library Associates Faculty Lecture with Bob Hampel

Professor Bob Hampel to speak on the value of shortcuts in education Whether it’s Cliff Notes or a three-year bachelor’s degree, efforts to streamline education take many forms. Explore the Read More

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Communicating Educational Research to the Public

Roberta Golinkoff and colleague Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek awarded public communication award Roberta Golinkoff, Unidel H. Rodney Sharp Chair in University of Delaware’s School of Education and professor in the departments of Read More

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May 9: Online M.Ed. in Literacy Info Session

Are you interested in earning your M.Ed. in Literacy and working as a certified literacy specialist? The University of Delaware offers a 2-year, 100% online M.Ed. in Literacy program. Our Read More

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2019 U.S. News graduate rankings

UD graduate programs listed among the nation’s best In the 2019 U.S. News and World Report’s Best Graduate Schools rankings, 10 University of Delaware graduate programs have been ranked among Read More

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Ferretti and Hiebert publish new collection on Teachers, Teaching, and Reform

Book advocates reforming education through collaborative decision-making Since the publication of A Nation at Risk, education reform has centered on teacher accountability, with administrators, policymakers, and researchers determining how teachers Read More

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