Many of the 420,000-plus undocumented college students in the U.S. have considerably different experiences from their peers. Their right to study in the U.S. often rides a razor’s edge.
Dr. Jason Surian just completed his first year as principal of Thomas Metcalf Laboratory School, and—despite the challenges and constant changes from the pandemic—he is loving his new role.
For Trudy Gross ’92, civic engagement is a personal and family value.
Facing a critical shortage of low vision and blindness educators, Illinois State University’s Department of Special Education is innovating to help fill the nationwide need.
In 2021, Barbara Efaw ’59 and her family generously gifted the College of Education $500,000 to establish the Barbara and Larry Efaw Center for Educator Excellence.
Helping build a framework for teaching computer science in schools is a lifetime achievement for Dr. Monica McGill, Ed.D. ’10, and Dr. Anni Reinking, Ed.D. ’15.
Dr. Do-Yong Park’s work for his second Fulbright will take place in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where he will collaborate with professors and government education officials to greatly strengthen engineering education in that country.
The College of Education (COE) is coordinating the $25 million Illinois Tutoring Initiative in partnership with the governor’s office, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE), and the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB).
It is an honor to begin my first year as the dean in the College of Education at Illinois State!
llinois faces a dire teacher shortage with 4,500 open education positions across the state. Your Redbirds are rising to meet the challenge.