Y. Joel Wong, associate professor with the Counseling and Educational Psychology department, was the study's lead author
Tom Huberty, Barb Frye, and Michael Tracy collectively served more than 100 years at IU
IU President Michael A. McRobbie and Zhou Zuoyo, vice president of BNU, formalized the partnership between the universities by signing a new primary agreement between the School of Education and BNU’s Institute of International and Comparative Education.
Khalid El Motassadeq has been working on a project through the Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching program at IU to address behavioral problems
Dr. Muhammad Nazir Bin Amir blends science and the arts to teach academically at-risk students in Singapore
The AACE Fellowship Award recognizes outstanding accomplishments in the promotion and advancement of contemporary technologies in teaching and learning
Nourit Ben David Erez is in Bloomington this semester as part of the Fulbright program
The Center for Research on Learning and Technology has received a $1.23 million grant from the National Science Foundation to fund use of a specially designed video game to help students working in small groups learn to create solutions collaboratively.
This year’s International Education Week events highlight the refugee crisis and how children caught up in the crisis suffer educationally and emotionally
"Show up and be yourself" was the message students received at the Armstrong Teacher Educators Panel Discussion
Candice Dodson, a member of the IU School of Education Alumni Board of Directors, has been awarded the 2016 State Leader of the Year Award from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) in Washington, D.C.
The U.S. Department of Education is awarding $8.25 million over five years to an Equity Assistance Center within the IU School of Education at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Five teachers have been honored with the Jacobs Educator Award for their contributions to integrating technology with classroom learning
Four School of Education alumni whose work includes non-profit projects, research in clinical education models and mentoring and supporting at-risk students have been recognized with IU School of Education Distinguished Alumni Awards
Faculty members Frank Di Silvestro and Marjorie Treff have been honored with the 2016 Malcolm Knowles Award for Outstanding Adult Education Program Leadership
Dean Terry Mason recently traveled to Poland to discuss education challenges faced by American and Polish teachers
The Indiana University School of Education Alumni Association Board of Directors welcomed four new members at its annual meeting October 15
IU Doctoral Student Receives Fellowship to Study Funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Doctoral student Katherine Wheatle has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2016–17 AERA Minority Dissertation Fellowship in Education Research and Travel Awards
Teacher Eric Johnson encourages students to think about the effects of bullying
Justin Wild, a doctoral student in Counseling and Educational Psychology and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, has received a Fulbright-Hayes Doctorial Dissertation Reasearch Abroad Fellowship.
Haya Abu Hussein and Hasnaa AbuMezied are the first Palestinian teachers to participate in the special program of Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching
“A Year of Examining Educational Equity,” a series of events and activities exploring community education issues and honoring the legacy of Ellen Brantlinger.
Administrative assistant and office manager for ELPS is just one of several jobs Sandy Strain has held during her 52 years with the School of Education
Mason has been at the IU School of Education for 22 years and has served in several administrative capacities, including his role as interim dean during the 2015-16 academic year. His appointment as dean will last two years.
The Indiana University School of Education has chosen eight teachers from across the state of Indiana as the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Teacher Educators for the 2016-17 academic year
Financial support enabled Jane Jorgensen (BS’72 in Education) to attend IU, now she shares the life-changing impact of generosity and the benefits from giving back.
Eight women of color shared campus history this month when they earned Ph.D. degrees from the School of Education
Faridah Pawan is a leader in her field and an inspiration to those who work to strengthen the effective teaching and learning of English as a Second Language
Students were encouraged to ask faculty about their journey in education while faculty had the opportunity to connect with students and learn why they have decided to pursue a career in education.
The AAUW American Fellowship program supports women scholars as they complete doctoral dissertations, conduct postdoctoral research, or finish research for publication
Area high school students joined IU students and faculty at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center for the event
The AERA Fellows Program honors education researchers whose substantial research accomplishments have affected the career lives of others
The Global Gateway for Teachers program was recognized at the 2016 AACTE Annual Meeting with the Best Practice Award in Support of Global and International Perspectives
Peeples is shaping the conversation about working with students in poverty.