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CEHD climbs up in latest online rankings-
The College of Education and Human Development rankings continue to rise in most recent 2022 U.S. News and World Report rankings.2
How to become a principal-
Have you ever wondered how to become a principal or what principals do? School administration expert Dr. Susan Holley shares everything you need to know.
Teaching history through theater positively impacts student learning outcomes-
With mounting accountability pressures from standardized testing and limited resources for arts and humanities instruction, arts and cultural field trips are lower priority in U.S. K-12 schools.
The new frontier: K-12 education policy amid COVID-19-
In this unprecedented time of school closures and stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus, schools are grappling with how to transition to distance learning. Educational policy expert Dr. Daniel Bowen explains how this is affecting the education landscape.
A recap of the Education Leadership Research Center’s Summer Leadership Institutes-
During the months of June and July, the Education Leadership Research Center and Center for Research & Development in Dual Language & Literacy Acquisition teams in the College of Education and Human Development delivered 125 hours of TEA recognized professional development to educators from across Texas.
Texas A&M study finds arts education positively impacts student performance-
The argument for maintaining arts education in schools has typically been ‘art for the sake of art’, but art class is more than just glue sticks and field trips. In a recent study, Dr. Daniel Bowen proved that arts education positively impacts student outcomes by increasing writing achievement, decreasing disciplinary infractions and increasing compassion.
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Texas A&M University Partners with Aldine ISD to help school ‘meet standards’ in one year-
As the leader goes, so goes the school. This is the mantra Dr. Beverly Irby, professor of educational leadership, adheres to in transforming schools that need her help. She demonstrated this in her latest research in which she took Black Elementary from ‘improvement required’ to ‘meets standards’ in just one year through revitalizing the school’s leadership.
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CEHD Shines In U.S. News Graduate School Rankings-
Four of the College of Education and Human Development’s graduate programs are considered in the top tier of graduate education according to the 2020 U.S. News Best Graduate Schools rankings.
Define Yourself By Stepping Out Of Your Comfort Zone-
When Donna Druery took a leap of faith and resigned from her position as a middle school assistant principal, she was terrified. It was a big life change, but one she knew she needed.
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