Dr. Bridget Kelly’s “Women Faculty of Color: Success Stories from the Margins” has been posted to e-commons School of Education: Faculty Publications and Other Works
Martha Ryan-Toye, current doctoral student in Administration and Supervision, was recently selected to become the Superintendent of Riverside School District 96. Martha will leave her positon of Director on Student Services in School District 90 to assume her duties on July 1, 2016. Congratulations! Full Press Release
See all the latest news for the Cultural & Educational Policy Studies program in their current newsletter.
Dr. Angela E. Poole (MEd ’04) has just published her new book entitled, Resistance to Change: The Dynamics of School Desegregation in Chicago and the Nation, which explores the impact of desegregation on Chicago’s schoolchildren today. This salient topic has implications for organizational change and ethics in school administration.
Five of our School Psychology students receive recognition from professional organizations. Learn more.
Faculty Appointed as Executive Director to the Consortium for the Study of Leadership and Ethics in Education
Dr. Marla Israel, Associate Professor and Program Chair for Administration and Supervision, received unanimous support from the Consortium for the Study of Leadership and Ethics in Education to assume the role of Executive Director for the organization beginning January 1, 2016. Congratulations!
Dr. Terri Pigott congratulated our December degree recipients at a reception on Monday, December 7, 2015 and also welcomed them to their new alumni status.
School Community Network Spotlights Newsletter recently posted an article, Exploring the Educational Involvement of Parents of English Learners, written by faculty, staff and alums of the School of Education to use as a resource for schools and communities. The article authored by Dr. Elizabeth Vera (SOE Faculty), Dr. Marla Israel (SOE Faculty), Dr. Laura Coyle […]
Terrycita Perry, Administration and Supervision doctoral candidate and principal at Dixon Elementary School was recently praised in two articles for her accomplishments at Dixon. Congratulations to Terrycita for making a difference! Article
Loyola’s Future Teachers Club members were a strong presence at the Illinois Education Association Fall 2015 Conference November 20-21 in Lisle, Illinois. As a chapter of IEA, the Club applied and was awarded a service project grant of $500 to host a family literacy night in collaboration with a local Chicago Public School. Congratulations!