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COEHP Professor Co-Authors Book to Help Educators and Parents Navigate Special Ed Law
Kevin Brady, an associate professor of educational leadership, has a newly released book helping educators, parents and others who work closely with children and youth with disabilities.
Choose Love Conference Offers Teachers and Counselors Tools for Preventing School Violence
Scarlett Lewis, whose young son, Jesse, was murdered in the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in 2012, spoke to a group of about 130 educators at the conference.
U of A Educational Leadership Student Named Clark Fellow
Joshua Ray, an educational leadership student, recently received a Clark Fellowship and attended the David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy.
Public Invited to Focus Group Meetings on Transition Services
The U of A invites parents of youth with disabilities as well as educators, pathologists, therapists, counselors and social workers to attend a focus group during the week of Jan. 22.
Pijanowski to Use Fulbright Award to Study Responsible Conduct of Research in Kutaisi, Georgia
John Pijanowski, a professor of educational leadership in the College of Education and Health Professions, will research, consult and lecture at Akaki Tsereteli State University.
Holt Updates School Financing Textbook With Information on Widening Gap
Carleton Holt, University of Arkansas emeritus associate professor, recently published the fourth edition of his textbook, School Bond Success: A Strategy for Building America's Schools.
Panel Discussion Set for Friday on Restorative Justice Approaches to School Discipline
A panel discussion about alternatives to student suspensions and expulsions and restorative justice practices will be given at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, in the Graduate Education Building.
Educational Leadership Faculty Member Calls on Counseling Experience
Kara Lasater's background in counseling and leadership led her to develop a passion for strong family-school partnerships and a tenure-track position at the university.
Retirees Represent 137 Years of Experience in College of Education and Health Professions
Four faculty members of the College of Education and Health Professions will retire at the end of the spring semester, taking with them a combined 137 years of teaching at the University of Arkansas.