Chalkbeat Colorado features CU Denver’s inaugural teacher ed cohort from Otero Junior College

Rural Colorado faces a teacher shortage. University of Colorado Denver has plans to help. By making high-quality educator preparation programs available in rural communities and recruiting candidates from those communities, administrators hope they can make a real dent in the teacher shortage. Students who come in with an associate degree can earn a University of […]

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2019-2020 SEHD Management Teams & Committees

School of Education and Human Development Management Teams & Committees 2019-2020   Management Teams   Administrative and Management Team: Rebecca Kantor (Dean), Aswad Allen, Lindsay Austin, Patricia Ball, Scott Bauer, Julia Cummings, Christine Feagins, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Cindy Gutierrez, Shannon Hagerman, Marlinda Hines, Brad Hinson, JáNet Hurt, Sandy Mondragon, Julie Oxenford O’Brian, Barbara Seidl, Rebecca Schell, Theo […]

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Prize-winning publication calls for new paradigm of language education policy

Sofía Chaparro, assistant professor in University of Colorado Denver’s Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education program, was awarded the 2019 TIRF James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Planning and Policy in Educational Contexts from The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) during the 2019 TESOL International Convention in March. Chaparro and co-author […]

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Rachel Stein and her student Leslie Shelton author article in the American Psychological Association’s Psych Learning Curve publication

Most enter a career in school psychology to work with youth and families in school settings; address complex challenges; and support student learning and mental and behavioral health. Many school psychologists would agree, however, that the benefits of a career in school psychology extend beyond their reasons for initially becoming a school psychologist. [Check out the article […]

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Julie Oxenford O’Brian quoted in Chalkbeat

A bill making its way through the Colorado legislature with bipartisan support would lend financial and logistical support to these efforts and encourage other districts and charter schools to undertake their own experiments. The bill also calls for annual reporting and an annual meeting of the participating districts and schools to learn from each other […]

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CU Denver’s 2019 Graduating Education Doctoral Students of Color Honored by Colorado House of Representatives

CU Denver 2019 graduates of the School of Education & Human Development’s Doctor of Education, Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) were honored on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 9 a.m. on the floor of the Colorado House of Representatives. Members of the EdD Latinx cohort and all education doctoral graduates of color were recognized in […]

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