The William & Mary School of Education has been named the 39th best graduate school of education by the U.S. News & World Report in their 2020 Best Graduate Schools rankings released today.
Having grown up in a rural community and later became a school principal in a rural school district, Jamon Flowers, a third-year doctoral student in K-12 Administration understands the unique challenges rural schools and communities face. He welcomed an opportunity recently to participate as a panelist in a SchoolReform event in Washington, D.C. to help raise awareness of the educational issues these rural communities face.
Fathers’ grief after a miscarriage is often overlooked. A trio of doctoral counseling students in the William & Mary School of Education set out to rectify that, and published the results of their interviews with fathers in a 2018 issue of The Family Journal.
Doctoral student, Amelia Wildman and her colleague presented their research at the Council for Creative Education Symposium in Finland describing how digital storytelling can be used in the classroom to enhance learning and deepen understanding.
On Tuesday evening, students in the elementary teacher education program and local educators gathered at the School of Education for a reception kicking off the spring student teaching experience.
Patricia Popp Ph.D. '01, clinical associate professor and state coordinator for homeless education (Project HOPE-VA), is researching the needs of homeless students as they transition to college and developing best practices to support them.