At the School of Education Society of Excellence Awards dinner last Friday evening, Dean Andrews thanked faculty, staff, students and alumni for their hard work in helping the school achieve the #1 ranking.
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More than 400 graduates heard Under Secretary of Education Ted Mitchell offer his congratulations for choosing a profession where they could make a difference and encouragement to go on to give hope to those who feel they have none.
Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels and Provost Robert Lieberman recently announced the reappointment of Dean Andrews to a second five-year term. Calling him an “ Exemplary university citizen and colleague, the two officials said they were delighted Andrews will be part of the university and School of Education for the next five years” See full letter below.
The Maryland chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced at their September meeting that the new Henderson-Hopkins School received an Excellence in Design Award as the public building of the year.
The School of Education and the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation hosted the grand opening of the Weinberg Early Childhood Center and Weinberg Library on September 10, on the campus of the Henderson-Hopkins School in East Baltimore.
Jane Lindsay, 8th grade English teacher, department chair, and Leadership Team member is also the Marion Greenblatt Education Award recipient. She began her career-long passion for teaching reading and writing at the elementary level before moving to middle school.
Dean David Andrews has named Mariale Hardiman as the School of Education’s new vice dean of academic affairs effective July 1.
According to an article in the Baltimore Sun, the National Council on Teacher Quality issued its ranking of graduate teacher preparation program on Tuesday, June 17.
It was a cold rainy day when the new Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School (unofficially known as Henderson-Hopkins) opened its doors for the first time on January 2, but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the students, parents and teachers as they saw their new $42 million dollar facility for the first time.
(New York, New York) August 27th, 2013 – Today, Success for All, America’s largest whole-school reform model for elementary schools, and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization, have partnered to provide curriculum-based Sesame Street content to preschool children and their families in Success for All schools.