Patricia Kubow

Research by Patricia Kubow to impact refugee students in Jordan

As one country in the Middle East continues to change with refugees coming in from Syria, Patricia Kubow, a professor in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies department, is hoping research she’ll be doing next year will help both refugee and native students adapt to that change.

Roy Y. Chan

Roy Y. Chan Picked for Committee for 100

Ph.D. student Roy Y. Chan has been nominated to the C100 Next Generation Leadership Program as part of the Committee for 100, an organization that works to promote diversity and inclusion of Chinese Americans in the United States.
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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 the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy at the IU School of Education in partnership with the Civil Rights Project at UCLA
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Autism Study Yields Promising Results

Researchers with Indiana University are seeing positive preliminary results from the Social Self-Reflection Study, designed to improve social skills in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

MILL Featured on Big Ten Network

The MILL, found in room 2260 in the Wright Education Building, is a space where students and faculty can explore projects and lesson plans using the space’s technology.