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Researcher to Talk About Improving Teacher Preparation
Dan Goldhaber, vice president of the American Institutes for Research, will give a lecture at noon Friday, Nov. 10, about improving teacher preparation.
New Short Talks From the Hill; Doctoral Student Discusses Student Activism
In the latest edition of Short Talks from the Hill, a podcast from the University of Arkansas, David Tolliver, doctoral student in public policy, discusses student activism on campuses.
U of A Education Reform Researchers to Make Large Showing at Conference
A contingent of faculty, staff, students and alumni of the Department of Education Reform will participate in the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management this week in Chicago.
University Community Invited to Free Screening of Teach Us All Oct. 26 at Union Theatre
The Arkansas Teacher Corps, in conjunction with Urban Teachers, invites you to a free documentary movie in the UARK Union Theatre at 9 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26.
Johns Hopkins Professor to Lecture on 'Educational Pluralism and Problem of Culture'
Ashley Rogers Berner, deputy director of the Institute for Education Policy at Johns Hopkins University School of Education, will talk about educational pluralism at noon Friday, Oct. 27.
Oregon Professor to Talk About Educational Needs of English Learners
Ilana Umansky, assistant professor at the University of Oregon, will give a lecture about the needs of newly arrived ESL students at noon Friday, Oct. 13, in GRAD 343.
Massachusetts Secretary of Education to Speak on Campus Friday
Jim Peyser, secretary of education in Massachusetts, will give a lecture titled "Education Reform in Massachusetts: The Sources of Success and the Challenge of Complacency" at noon Friday.
U of A Professor Co-Authors Piece on Political Correctness for Chronicle of Higher Education
Bob Maranto, a professor in the Department of Education Reform, argues in a Chronicle of Higher Education article that worries of university students being swayed to liberal viewpoints is overblown.
NYU Professor to Discuss High School Choice in First of Lecture Series
Sean Corcoran of New York University will give a lecture school choice in New York City at noon Friday, Sept. 15, on the University of Arkansas campus.
Researchers to Describe New Findings on Louisiana Voucher Program Today
Researchers from the University of Arkansas and Tulane University will release findings today from their study of the third year of results from the Louisiana Scholarship Program.