New partnership brings opportunity for international collaboration on education research
Honor recognizes senior professors in the field of Educational Administration
International Education Week events include visit from Cuban Ambassador at the School of Education
"The MILL" provides open access to a variety of materials, hand tools, and high-tech equipment
Students and teachers from Bourne Community College in England traveled to Indiana as part of an exchange program with Batchelor Middle School in Bloomington
The 39th annual IU School of Education Distinguished Alumni Award Dinner was held on Saturday, October 24th, 2015
One of America’s best teachers has a unique story to share and students within the School of Education got to hear it firsthand.
An innovative STEM project will take place at Bloomfield Junior/Senior High School this academic year
Associate professor Sylvia Martinez (ELPS) argues that the college information gap leaves entire groups of high school students behind
Dean Terry Mason invites three exemplary teachers to join him on the field to receive the game ball
Author Martin Pistorius, who survived over a decade with no one knowing he was capable of thought and emotion, will tell his story at the School of Education.
Dr. Cindy Hmelo-Silver, professor of Learning Sciences and Director of the Center for Research on Learning and Technology (CRLT), has been named Jacobs Chair.
Seventeen teachers from nine countries will spend fall semester at the School of Education as part of the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program.
Interim Dean Terry Mason, along with Executive Associate Dean Gary Crow, and Associate Dean for Teacher Education, Keith C. Barton, served up a bit of fun during move in week to INSPIRE residents.
Google Inc. has awarded $150,000 to two Indiana University researchers to support a study of how early experiences can trigger and maintain an interest in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
About 130 rising high school seniors will arrive at Indiana University Bloomington on Sunday for the third annual Balfour Pre-College Academy, a one-week residential program designed to give students the skills they need to make sound decisions about attending college.