Adults have more access to informal learning opportunities than ever before, says Robin Grenier, associate professor of adult learning at the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education.
A new study of the educational needs of students who are native users of American Sign Language (ASL) shows glaring disparities in their treatment by the U.S Department of Education. The article, “If you use ASL, should you study ESL? Limitations of a modality-b(i)ased policy”, by Elena Koulidobrova (Central Connecticut State University), Marlon Kunze (Gallaudet University) and Hannah Dostal (University of Connecticut), will be published in the June, 2018 issue of the scholarly journal Language
Ronald Beghetto is interviewed about his new book, “What If?”
Dr. Yvonne Condell, who taught biology at M State, Fergus Falls, in the early 1960s, was honored June 23 with a humanitarian and philanthropic award from MSUM, where she was a long-time faculty member after leaving Fergus Falls.
Greenwich Public Schools’ (GPS) world languages program coordinator Viviana Conner has accepted a position with the Hartford Public Schools as the executive director for elementary and middle school grades, effective July 13.