RSVP Today: Alumni, Friends & Partners Appreciation Event

The Alumni, Friends & Partners Appreciation Event is next week! In appreciation of our alumni, friends and partners, the School of Education & Human Development invites you to a celebration featuring special guest, Broadway star and Colorado native William Martinez, who will be paying tribute to teachers through song and American Sign Language. RSVP: http://www.cvent.com/d/gbqmrf William Martinez- […]

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RSVP Today: Alumni, Friends & Partners Appreciation Event

Save The Date In appreciation of our alumni, friends and partners, the School of Education & Human Development invites you to a celebration featuring special guest, Broadway star and Colorado native William Martinez, who will be paying tribute to teachers through song and American Sign Language. When: Thursday, December 6, 2018 Time: 6 – 8 […]

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Share Feedback on Colorado’s ESSA Plan

Below is information on how to provide feedback on draft state ESSA plan.  Public comment opens today and closes on Friday, March 10, 2017. ==================================  To:          ESSA State Plan Stakeholders From:    Patrick Chapman, Executive Director, Federal Programs Unit. Date:     February 10, 2017 Re:         Notice Inviting Public Comment –The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Colorado State […]

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Hiring News

I am very pleased to announce that Scott Bauer and Anayeli Lopez will be joining the SEHD in August 2017.  Scott will be coming in as Associate Dean for Advanced Education and Doctoral Programs and Anayeli as an Assistant Professor in HDFR.   Congratulations to the Search Committees for 2 successful searches!  Thank you to […]

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Office of Research Services (ORS) | 2016 CU Denver Nobel Prize Series

All presentations/discussions will be in the Jerry Wartgow Welcome Center, Room 1300, in the Student Commons Building — enter through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (Suite 1007) across from Qdoba — this is at the Speer end of the Student Commons Building.  All presentations/discussions are at Noon on Fridays. (Light refreshments will be provided; bring […]

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Ideology Not Evidence: What We (Don’t) Know about Independent Teacher Preparation Programs

BOULDER, CO (September 8, 2016) – Advocacy groups and self-proclaimed social entrepreneurs are working aggressively to deregulate the preparation of teachers and to expand independent, alternative routes into teaching. The policy push is so powerful that it raises a real possibility that the nation may dismantle its university system of teacher education and replace much […]

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