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Katie Ellis

3rd Annual Celebration of Transformational Educators with Michael Eric Dyson

Join us for an evening with Michael Eric Dyson to celebrate the achievements of alumni of the IU School of Education at IUPUI. We will honor early career educators for their transformational work in an urban context.

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Katie Ellis

Ellis joins School as director of development

The Indiana University School of Education at IUPUI has hired experienced non-profit and arts fundraiser Katie Ellis as the new director of development.

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Burmese Education Advancement Taskforce

Expanding opportunities for Burmese community in Indiana focus of workshop

Burmese community members, educators and others gathered at the IUPUI Campus Center on Friday afternoon, Aug. 15 to discuss issues, resources, and opportunities to advance education for Indiana's large and growing Burmese refugee community.

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16th Annual IUSA Conference

Urban education conference presents insight into persistent issues, current challenges

Participants in the latest Indiana Urban Schools Association summer conference got an update on the latest education practice, the attitudes of educators in Indiana schools, and new insight into particular issues impacting urban education.

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16th Annual IUSA Conference

Annual urban education conference to focus on many factors affecting schools

The 16th annual Indiana Urban Schools Association summer conference on urban education is gathering experts from across the country and many from the Indiana University School of Education at IUPUI to examine the many factors impacting students, families, and educators this Wednesday, June 18. The conference, whose theme is "Schooling and the Ripple Effect: Emotional, Intellectual, Physical," starts at 8:30 a.m. at the Chapel Hill 7th and 8th Grade Center in Indianapolis.

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Harrison Hill Elementary Student Success grant from United Way

Alumna instrumental in securing grant funding to provide wrap-around services for at-risk students and their families

Under the leadership of Natalie Stewart (MS '12), an alumna of the School of Education Urban Principalship Program, Harrison Hill School fo Inquiry and Performing arts has been awarded $436,710, the largest school grant ever by the United Way.

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Project Lead the Way

CUME at IUPUI study of Project Lead The Way indicates positive impact in Indiana

A new study of nearly 60,000 Indiana high school graduates, including nearly 4,000 who participated in Project Lead The Way (PLTW), a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curricular program, indicates participants in PLTW are more likely to major in a STEM field and persist into the second year of college.

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Outstanding Future Educators

IACTE honors students as Outstanding Future Educators

The Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (IACTE) has officially recognized several Indiana University School of Education at IUPUI graduating students as ones very likely to be among the best in the field. The IACTE presented the "Outstanding Future Educator" awards recently during a luncheon and ceremony in Carmel. Four students were among the award recipients.

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Career Opportunities Recognizing Executive Associate Dean's

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If you are planning to start Block 1 in the spring, you have until November 21st to apply to Teacher Education Program. Meet with a School of Education undergraduate advisor to find out if you are ready to apply. If you are ready, you may apply online.

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