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The Martinez Foundation is offering two scholarships to graduate education students of color. Offering $5,000, the fellowships will provide ongoing support and mentoring for two future teachers. Find out if this fellowship is for you.
ProTeach support seminars and Administrator’s Professional Certificate programs are available throughout the state. Contact us now to see what is available in your area. Are your colleagues interested, too? You may have enough to start your own cohort, and SPU provides the facilitator.
Leaders and teachers from seven private, Christian school districts are participating with SPU’s Murdock Charitable Trust’s professional development grant. Through development of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) in their schools, these educators’ collective commitment is ensuring success for each student.
From Autumn 2011 to Spring 2012, the School of Education hosted forums "Looking Beyond No Child Left Behind." Experts shared strategies on how school districts can become more effective. Read the article.
Author and theologian Dr. Miroslav Volf returns to SPU as the keynote speaker for the 2012 Day of Common Learning, with the address "Christian Engagement in a Pluralistic World," October 10, 10 a.m., Brougham Pavilion.
Come and learn what the School of Education graduate programs have to offer during an open house on October 2 at 4:30 p.m. in Upper Gwinn Commons. Meet faculty members and get your questions answered. Discover graduate financial aid options. Enjoy complimentary beverages and hors d'oeuvres.
SPU literacy experts are transforming how students learn to read. Check out this Response magazine article.
SPU Professor of Education Greg Fritzberg traces decades of school reform in Response magazine. Read the article.
Response magazine explores this provocative topic, interviewing alumna Michaela Miller, Washington state’s National Board for National Teaching Standards coordinator, and alumnus Jay Maebori, the 2011 Washington State Teacher of the Year. Read the article.
Undergraduate students: The Ethnic Diversity Scholarship Program will assist a select number of students of color who plan to serve in K-12 public or private schools. The application deadline is March 15, 2012. Email SOEInfo@spu.edu.
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