The College of Education will host New Teacher Conference for all new teachers in their first through fourth years of teaching on Friday, June 11, via Zoom.
The Cecilia J. Lauby Teacher Education Center in the College of Education (COE) is excited to launch a new summer program with District 87 in Bloomington.
The Grapevine report is celebrating its 60th anniversary, making it one of the longest-lived higher education finance reports in the country. This anniversary comes at a unique moment as states grapple with the impact of the pandemic.
The National Board Resource Center (NBRC) celebrates the National Board Class of 2020 and the 164 new Illinois National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) who achieved certification per the February 27 score release, as well as the 137 Illinois teachers who renewed their National Board certification.
The College of Education (COE) will host Meenoo Rami, Educator Advocate at Minecraft and Microsoft for a free webinar. All education students and educators are invited to attend Teacher Practice in a Connected World with Meenoo Rami on Thursday, February 25 at 7pm. Come discover the ways in which teachers are using the power of
After 43 years in education, two graduate degrees from Illinois State, and 13 years of service to the University, policy giant Lynne Haeffele is officially retiring to spend more time with her family.
Three students in the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations (EAF) have been named to the Jackson Scholars Network with the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA). Armen Álvarez, Shaun Crisler and Tiffani Robertson are all doctoral students with future plans to become full-time faculty.
Thank you to each of our colleagues who are retiring this year for your exceptional contributions to the College.
The Illinois State community mourns the loss of Dr. Donald Prince, the visionary leader who almost single-handedly established the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations (EAF) in 1960.
Adam Riegle’s commitment to college students is perpetuated through a scholarship in his name.