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Student in Prison Cell

Experts to discuss how to disrupt 'school-to-prison pipeline' for students of color

A panel of experts on race and education will discuss the problem of the "school-to-prison pipeline" during a public event Thursday, April 17. School of Education faculty member Subini Annamma will serve as a panelist, and CUME education research coordinator Dexter B. Wakefield will serve as moderator.

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Michael R. Cohen

Event honoring School of Education professor emeritus to focus on exemplary teachers and teaching in the era of high stakes testing and accountability

Educators will discuss success in the face of high-stakes testing and accountability in the Inaugural Michael R. Cohen Lecture on Meaning and Motivation in Education, Wednesday, April 16 at 6:00 p.m. at the IUPUI Campus Center Theatre.

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Kathleen King Thorius

Education faculty member co-edits book focused on improving urban education

In education, students are sometimes marginalized based on disabilities or differences, real or perceived. An IUPUI professor has co-edited and contributed to a new book that explores how everyone from students, teachers, parents and community members can recognize the intersections of equity and ability to reform urban schools to be more inclusive.

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Robin Hughes

IUPUI Research Day will feature 'JagTalks' presentations

Four faculty research lectures in only 90 minutes? Yes, four IUPUI faculty members will present "JagTalks," short and passionate talks about their research projects, during the 2014 Research Day at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. School of Edcuation faculty Robin Hughes will present on the black athlete.

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AERA 2014

IU School of Education faculty present at American Educational Research Association conference

Faculty and graduate students from the Indiana University School of Education in Bloomington and Indianapolis presented during more than 140 sessions of the American Educational Research Association conference April 3-7, 2014 in Philadelphia.

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BCCE Grant

Federal grant to support Burmese Community Center, IUPUI faculty research

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has granted $600,000 to the Burmese Community Center for Education supporting the work of two faculty to establish the BCCE Community Self-Empowerment Program, an ongoing project of the nonprofit organization with offices on the north side of Indianapolis established just over three years ago to assist immigrants from the war-torn country.

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Community Conversation: Bullying Summer Edge Course Preview Recognizing Executive Associate Dean's


If you are planning to start Block 1 in the fall, you have until May 2nd 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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