OZY.com (Neag School’s Sandra Chafouleas weighs in on positive and preventative behaviors)
Fran Rabinowitz – who resigned in December as the leader of Bridgeport Public Schools after it became clear the state would decline her request to intervene in her troubled district – has landed a new job as executive director of the Connecticut Assocation of Public School Superintendents.
Gladis Kersaint, the dean of the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut, noted that the Department of Education plays an important role in ensuring access and equity to high quality education for students.
Congratulations to our Neag School alumni, faculty, staff, and students on their continued accomplishments inside and outside the classroom.
“I was deeply dismayed by her performance in her confirmation hearing. It was, in a word, disqualifying,” says Robert C. Pianta, dean of the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia.
The Neag School of Education conducted an opening reception of the Implicit Bias Exhibition at the Homer Babbidge Library on the University of Connecticut Storrs campus.
Ridgefield Assistant Superintendent of Schools Kimberly Beck is mentoring with Superintendent of Schools Joseph V. Erardi, Jr, this school year through the University of Connecticut’s Executive Leadership Program.
Greenwich Daily Voice (Neag School alum, Lori Mulligan, was appointed summer school coordinator for Greenwich Public Schools)
“The People’s Inauguration is designed to affirm the values they believe create the UConn community that they would like to belong to,” Dr. Glenn Mitoma, director of the Dodd Center and assistant professor of human rights and education, said.
Neag School undergraduate students are part of a pilot initiative with Stamford Public Schools, where the students worked in different capacities over winter break.