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2/28/2015
“WHY TEACH?” Event

2/28/2015
Writing Workshop - Citations, Referencing, and APA Style

3/4/2015
Wednesday Lunch Hour - Networking: LinkedIn and Beyond

3/6/2015
CMP3 Unit Training - 8th Grade: Looking for Pythagoras

3/6/2015
Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) Workshop

3/13/2015
Writing Workshop - Critiques and Literature Reviews

3/16/2015
CMP3 Unit Training - 7th Grade: Moving Straight Ahead

3/19/2015
Diversity and Inclusion Film Series - Fixed: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement

3/20/2015
Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop

3/21/2015
GVWP Writing Workshop - "Oh the Places You'll Write!": The Uncommon Core

3/28/2015
Writing Workshop - Writing Short Proposals for Papers and Conferences

4/9/2015
Diversity and Inclusion Film Series - Documented

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  • <strong>University of Rochester Teacher Education Graduates Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on Tougher Teacher Certification Exams</strong>
  • University of Rochester Teacher Education Graduates Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on Tougher Teacher Certification Exams

    Graduates of the University of Rochester teacher education programs for the 2013-14 year achieved a 100 percent pass rate on new state-required teacher certification assessments.

  • Larson Coauthors Second Edition of Book on Literacy Theory and Classroom Practice
  • Larson Coauthors Second Edition of Book on Literacy Theory and Classroom Practice

    Joanne Larson, Michael W. Scandling Professor of Education and chair of the teaching and curriculum program at the Warner School, along with Jackie Marsh, professor at the University of Sheffield, U.K., have coauthored the recently published revised edition of Making Literacy Real: Theories and Practices for Learning and Teaching (Sage Publications, 2015). The updated guide examines a variety of literacy theories that challenge current skill-based models and the relevance of these theories in the elementary classroom.

  • EVENT: UR Warner School Hosts “WHY TEACH?” Event
  • EVENT: UR Warner School Hosts “WHY TEACH?” Event

    The Warner School will host a “WHY TEACH?” event from noon to 2 p.m. on Sat., Feb. 28, to explore what it takes to become a teacher. The event will provide meaningful conversations about teaching as a career, given the larger educational policy issues impacting educators and K-12 schools today, and highlight the challenges and possibilities of careers in teaching. Registration is free and open to the public.

  • EPO Partnership for East High Receives Final State Approval
  • EPO Partnership for East High Receives Final State Approval

    On Feb. 11, the New York State Education Department delivered its final approval to the plan and budget for the University of Rochester to serve as the Educational Partnership Organization (EPO) for East High School, beginning in July 2015. Additionally, New York State has provided the Rochester City School District (RCSD) a one-time School Improvement grant for $200,000 to further support the planned changes at East High.

  • Shaun Nelms Named Deputy Superintendent of East High School
  • Shaun Nelms Named Deputy Superintendent of East High School

    Shaun Nelms, current deputy superintendent of the Greece Central School District and a former chief of schools for the Rochester City School District, will become East High School’s new deputy superintendent, a new position created under a unique partnership between the University of Rochester and East High School to enhance educational outcomes for students at East High.




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