Education experts say parents need to do research to determine whether a magnet school is a solid fit.
On this interactive website, explore a selection of the Neag School’s research achievements, fundraising milestones, media coverage, and more from this past academic year.
Alumna Shay Cantner Is CEO of a startup called Engagement Solutions, a cloud-based, mobile-friendly and multilingual platform that captures and stores personal information required for most enhanced-service applications.
Today the charter school movement is perhaps more vulnerable than it has ever been. Unlikely allies in the best of times, its coalition of supporters — which has included progressives, free-market Republicans, and civil rights advocates, and which has been handsomely funded by deep-pocketed donors and Silicon Valley moguls — is unraveling.
Become a teacher in one year through the Neag School’s Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates. Check out upcoming information sessions, held in person as well as virtually. Apply by Dec. 1.
Todd Campbell has received grants from the NSF and Google to make next-generation science education more justice-oriented and accessible.
“I think we need to do a better job of listening to families and saying: ‘What do you need right now to feel safe and for your child to learn?’” says Robert Cotto Jr.
Meet the members of the Neag School’s current Alumni Board and Dean’s Board of Advocates, who all volunteer to work toward engaging and connecting with alumni and friends of the School throughout the year.
This fall, the Neag School is delighted to introduce its inaugural cohort of National Holmes Scholars.
Meet Jason G. Irizarry, Ed.D., who is kicking off his first full academic year as dean of UConn’s Neag School of Education. Irizarry, who grew up in New York City and served as a teacher before pursuing a path to leadership in higher education, was appointed dean for a five-year term in May 2021.