Business Insider (Neag School’s Preston Green is interviewed in this article relating charter schools to the subprime-mortgage crisis)
The Grayson School (Research by Neag School faculty members, Del Siegle and Betsy McCoach, were mentioned in this article)
Todd Campbell discusses some of the ways that he prepared to apply for large research grants and shares some best practices and strategies for managing them.
Deep in Judge Thomas Moukawsher’s decision in the Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Educational Funding v. Rell is troubling language regarding funding for students with severe disabilities.
Education DIVE (Neag School’s Erik Hines was interviewed for story on the achievement gap of boys and biased treatment in the classroom)
CT-N (Neag School’s sport management program hosted a lecture with Dr. Sarah Fields)
UConn Today (Neag School alumna Fany Hannon was recognized for her contributions to the Hispanic community)
The Daily Campus (Neag School’s sport management program hosted first speaker in “Beyond the Field: Social Issues in Sports” series)
Zip06.com (Neag School alumnus Carter Welch came back to campus for innovative Neag School leadership program)
The principles and practices of Guilford public education are making their way across the globe—all the way to Jordan. Through a partnership between the University of Connecticut and the non-profit Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) in Jordan, four sitting superintendents across the state have or are traveling to Jordan to work with principals in the country and one of those superintendents is Guilford’s Dr. Paul Freeman.