Results of a potentially groundbreaking study on how to best gauge whether patients with moderate to severe Parkinson’s disease are effectively responding to treatments will be presented by two Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic graduate students and their advisors this fall. Overseen by Neag School of Education Department of Kinesiology clinical instructors Cristina Colon-Semenza and Laurie Devaney, […]
Recently Morgaen Donaldson and Shaun Dougherty presented early results from their IES-funded study on principal evaluation policies at the AERA national conference.
Shaun Dougherty, the author of the Arkansas research and a professor at the University of Connecticut, praised aspects of the recent international study but said that it had limited ability to guide policy in the U.S.
Rachel Holden is a graduate student studying agricultural education at UConn, with the goal of becoming a teacher after she graduates in May 2017. She is currently student teaching at the agricultural science program at Lyman Hall High School in Wallingford, Connecticut, with a class of animal science students.
New Haven Register (The Neag School co-partnered with the Connecticut School Finance Project to help determine a special education funding model)