The U.S. News & World Report’s “best graduate school” rankings came out today, and the Johns Hopkins School of Education is ranked second along with Harvard. We’re very honored to have held the top position for two years in a row and to now be tied for second. We’re in great company, and we extend our hearty congratulations to Stanford University for claiming the top spot.
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Ashley GPhoto of Ashley Grantrant wants to better understand why there is such an exceptionally high turnover rate among new teachers.
Sarah Nagro’s first teaching gig was a sixth-grade special education class at the PS 45 International School in Buffalo.
David Steiner, executive director and founder of the Institute for Education Policy at the School of Education, briefed members of the House Ways and Means Committee on the institute’s mission and offered his views on improving K-12 education.
Two School of Education professors are among 200 scholars who had the biggest influence on the nation’s education discourse last year, according to the 2016 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.
Dan Shackelford grew up in South Jordan, Utah, a small middle-class community of 62,000 near Salt Lake City. A top student in his high school graduating class, he was president of the National Honors Society, Political Science Club and Speech and Debate Team.
To fully grasp David Andrews’ accomplishments during his nearly six-year tenure as dean, one must revisit the state of graduate education at Johns Hopkins before he arrived in 2010.
Becky Godwin discovered her love of teaching while volunteering with preschoolers at a Head Start program during her middle- and high-school years.
Diplomas Now, a proven approach to helping the most challenged middle and high schools in America’s largest cities graduate students ready for college and career, has received a $2.5 million grant from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation.
Three Johns Hopkins University researchers whose 2014 book traced the lives of nearly 800 Baltimore City public school students for a quarter of a century have won the prestigious $100,000 Grawemeyer Award in Education.