Her original goal was to be a flight paramedic for the Maryland State Police, but an aversion to guns changed those plans and led Aubert-Utz to join the Baltimore County Fire Department 17 years ago.
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This case study provides superintendents, principals, and teachers with information on how three school systems have used an assessment developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)—the OECD Test for Schools—to monitor students’ academic outcomes and inform shifts in policy and teacher practice to meet students’ learning needs.
Mario Jovan Shaw and Jason Terrell, both 2012 Teach For America graduates from Charlotte, were recently recognized in the Social Entrepreneurs category of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 2017 issue.
Mark Shriver, president of Save the Children Action Network and son of the late Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Sargent Shriver, will deliver the commencement address for the Johns Hopkins School of Education on Tuesday, May 23, at 9 a.m. in Royal Farms Arena.
Annette Anderson, assistant dean for community schools, knows that successful schools need successful school leaders. As a former principal of a public school, she directs the School of Education’s Administration and Supervision program. In this interview, she discusses the school leaders program and how that role has changed.
For the last two years, the Catalyst and Discovery Awards have showcased the innovative and collaborative spirit of the Johns Hopkins faculty. We continue to support that spirit through this third call for applications from early-career faculty and new cross-divisional teams.
When Jess Gartner started her teaching career at a Baltimore City middle school, she had to begin the year without textbooks and paper. Like many teachers in similar situations, she used her own money to buy supplies.
Priority must be placed on preparing teachers emotionally to deal with chaotic classroom environments, assert researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Education and Ohio State University.