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
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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.
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!
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 […]
One Tuesday, October 13 at the Loyola University Museum of Art, Dr. Adam Kennedy, Assistant Professor, facilitated a discussion following a very informative lecture presented by Irene Sufrin, Principal of Ginsburg Solomon Schechter Early Childhood Center titled “Engaging Young Children in Project Work in the Art Studio with Pedagogy Inspired by the Schools in Reggio Emilia, […]
Loyola’s Early Childhood Special Education program was highlighted in the October 21, 2015 edition of Chicago Catalyst for helping to meet Illinois’ need for early childhood teachers with specialized training. Loyola is only of four licensed programs in the state to offer a blended early childhood special education program. In addition, all candidates finish with […]
School of Education faculty Dr. Gina Coffee and Dr. Pamela Fenning and current student Tommy Wells co-authored “Promoting Youth Sexual Health” recently published by Routledge. This up-to-date, comprehensive resource provides practitioners in school and community settings with tools and information essential for delivering effective, culturally sensitive sexual health services to children and adolescents. Congratulations
Featured in the recent JTE were Teaching and Learning faculty Dr. Amy Heineke, Dr. Ann Marie Ryan and Dr. Charlie Tocci. The three co-authored Teaching, Learning, and Leading: Preparing Teachers as Education Policy Actors, an article that focuses on the use of field-based teacher education to support policy-related learning and development.
Miranda Johnson from the School of Law and Pam Fenning from the School of Education/School Psychology program jointly led a “conversation series” at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) convention in Orlando, Florida. The focus of the conversation series was on their collaborative efforts with others at the state level to develop a “model […]
Dr. Charlie Tocci, a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Nicholas Senn High School Faculty Coordinator was featured in the January 7, 2105 edition of the Catalyst Chicago in an op-ed piece, School ratings don’t help parents. Tocci says, “the new test-focused school rating system doesn’t help parents who are looking for the most supportive, safe, […]