Critical topics addressed at McCarthy Institute
Teacher evaluations, charter schools, transgender student issues and more up for discussion at the McCarthy Education Law & Policy Institute
Roy Y. Chan Picked for Committee for 100
Chan is the first person from Indiana University to be nominated to the committee
Recent Graduate Feature: Dani Hartnett
When Dani Hartnett first thought about being a teacher, she was in eighth grade. This fall she will teach English at North Central High School.
Crane STEMulation Offers Real World Experiences
The Workplace Simulation Project, in its second year, serves to provide hands-on STEM educational programming for high school students
Segregation still prevalent in Indiana schools
Indiana schools on average remain largely segregated by race, ethnicity and family income, according to data recently analyzed by CEEP
HESA grad student Kevin Lewis was recently honored with two ACPA awards recognizing his efforts to give underrepresented students a better chance in higher education. After graduation, he hopes to continue to work in social justice in education.
M.S.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs, 2017
The Path Forward...
Dean of the School of Education
"This past August I was officially appointed dean of the School of Education. I was fortunate to have a year as interim dean to “try the job on” to see how it fit. I am pleased to report that my time in the dean’s office has been gratifying and rewarding and I am honored to have been asked to continue. I hope to draw upon the wealth of experience I have gained as we proceed toward the future."