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Last month, students from the special education program came together in a research symposium that showcased their important work. The annual event included poster sessions and oral presentations from several students.

As policymakers and members of the media become more reliant on thought leaders and other opinion-shapers of public policy, a new report from the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy cautions that some of the most influential figures at research organizations have little to no expertise or training on the issues they speak on.

A new installation has gone up in the Atrium of the Wright Education Building, bringing even better technological capabilities to the IU School of Education community. The IQ-Wall is a large format, ultra-high resolution, tiled video display system developed by the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab.

Vesna Dimitrieska, coordinator of global education initiatives at Indiana University’s Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies and School of Education, has received the 2024 Central States Paul Simon Award for her work advancing world language education in Indiana.

Myeshia Price has won the Rosalind Franklin Society Special Award in Science for contributions to transgender health. This award is given to the best paper of the year by a woman or underrepresented minority in each of the Mary Ann Liebert Inc. journals in health, medicine, and biotechnology.

Six teams of IU School of Education students spent last month engaging in meaningful research and interacting with statewide education professionals about a real-world education challenge: confronting the teacher shortage in Indiana.