New Haven Register
For more than a decade, school districts across the country have been revamping their career and technical education programs to better prepare students with the high-tech skills in demand today.
But as transformative as many of these so-called CTE programs have been, a new report by the Manhattan Institute for Public Policy and co-authored by Neag School assistant professor Shaun Dougherty cautions that there is much important work that still needs to be done.
UConn Today (Shaun Dougherty’s recent co-authored report on CTE covered)
American Psychological Association (Segments from informational film written by James Kaufman and Ronald Beghetto)
New Haven Register (Mention of Gladis Kersaint’s appointment as dean)
The Neag School of Education is pleased to welcome Caitlin Trinh ’07 (CLAS) as the School’s new director of alumni relations. Trinh arrives at the Neag School after having served for more than five years as alumni relations director at UConn’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Education Dive (Erik Hines quoted)
Members of the Neag School of Education Alumni Society, as well as faculty, staff, and administrators of the Neag School of Education gathered this past Saturday on the UConn Storrs campus with the 2016 Alumni Awards honorees and their guests for the 18th Annual Alumni Awards Celebration. Seven outstanding Neag School graduates were recognized at the event.
deutsch29 | Mercedes Schneider’s EduBlog