- Warner School Partners with Rochester Center for Community Leadership to Offer New Scholarships to Rochester Students
As part of a continued effort to support exceptional students who are committed to the Rochester community, the Warner School has partnered with the Rochester Center for Community Leadership to offer a new scholarship program for members of the Rochester Urban Fellows Program and the Rochester Youth Year Fellowship who are interested in pursuing graduate study at Warner.
- East Irondequoit CSD and UR Warner School Announce Partnership
Local K-12 school district and the Warner School of Education form a partnership to promote adoption of digital conversion model in K-12 schools.
- Registration for Meliora Weekend 2015 is Open
Registration for the 15th annual Meliora Weekend is now open. Walter Isaacson, president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, a nonpartisan educational and policy studies institute, will deliver this year's keynote address live at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre. Review the complete schedule of events for over 170 programs. To register, visit the Meliora Weekend homepage at www.rochester.edu/melioraweekend/.
- Strengthening K-12 School Leadership
Leadership coaching is the backbone of the leadership development program at the Warner School's Center for Professional Development and Education Reform, which also provides workshops, administrative and school board retreats, and superintendent searches, as well as works with school districts interested in building leadership skills in teachers. It is a service in hot demand. The Center’s coaches went from guiding and supporting some 40 people in 2013-14 to nearly 146 people in 2014-15, a surge that happened exclusively through word-of-mouth.
- Future Science Teachers Hone Skills Through Summer Science Camp
Aspiring teachers typically have to postpone putting their newly acquired skills to the test until they enter a traditional K-12 classroom environment. However, graduate students who are studying to become science teachers at the Warner School will gain hands-on experience teaching in an informal learning setting this summer as they lead the 2015 Get Real! Science Camp for Rochester middle school students.