Beat the Summer slump with these book, audiobook, and podcast suggestions from faculty and staff within the College of Education.
Associate Professor David DeMatthews explains that House Bill 3 is a starting point for funding education in Texas and discusses other changes that now must follow in an op-ed for the Austin-American Statesman.
Megan Wehrle, B.S ‘12, M.Ed ‘19, was named Teacher of the Year for Elgin Elementary School in Elgin ISD.
Gigi Do, Ph.D. '16, Selected Assistant VP for Global Learning and Strategy and Senior International Officer for UH–Clear Lake
One of Do's goals in this position is to continue finding ways to ensure international students feel they’re part of the institution.
Although he doesn't claim to be a "trivia guy," Associate Dean for Equity, Community Engagement, and Outreach Richard Reddick has appeared on and won several popular game shows.
Fran'Cee Brown-McClure, Ph.D '15, has been named vice president for Student Affairs and Dean of Students for union College in New York.
Kinney will join a cohort of 40 leaders who will take part in a 10-month leadership program.
Dissertation title: “Stakeholder Influence on MBA Curricular Design”
Educational Leadership and Policy doctoral student M. Yvonne Taylor explains that how parents show up is far less important than that they show up in a recent op-ed for the Houston Chronicle.
Six faculty members across three departments within the College of Education have received promotions effective as of September 1.
Tracie Lowe, Ph.D. ’18, alumna from the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy’s Higher Education Leadership program, is the AAABHE 2019 Dissertation of the Year winner.
As the assistant superintendent for the Office of Strategy and Innovation in HISD, Jharrett Bryantt leads a number of high-priority initiatives for the district.
Liliana Garces: Affirmative Action is Not What's at Stake in the UNC Chapel Hill and Harvard Lawsuits
Associate Professor Rich Reddick explains that, "this kind of behavior exacerbates inequality by denying opportunities for low-income students to access these networks" in an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle.
In a recent op-ed, David DeMatthews explains that although extending the school year may provide a degree of benefits, it means the state will have fewer resources to address other long-standing school finance issues.