The Diversity Dinner was the highlight of Neag School’s “multi-pronged initiatives” in increasing diversity in teacher education.
Neag Endowed Professor Suzanne Wilson was one of 14 preeminent international education leaders recently elected to the National Academy of Education (NAEd). She is the first Neag faculty member to receive this prestigious honor.
The U.S. News & World Report released its 2015 rankings and the Neag School of Education continues to achieve top-ranking status, ranking #33 in the nation. This ranking puts the Neag School at #24 among all public graduate schools of education in the nation.