Dr. Jennie Weiner pens op-ed for the New York Times on not recreating school for her children during the coronavirus.
“Casey Cobb, professor of education policy at the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut, suggested that the Open Choice program could help districts manage the demographic pressure of declining enrollments.” CT Examiner.
Dr. Preston Green was quoted in Forward‘s article on a human rights complaint which is suspected to be prohibiting Israelis from signing up for higher education courses and violating American law.
Jeremy B. Landa, a Neag School doctoral student in the Learning, Leadership, and Educational Policy program, prepared the following issue brief — in affiliation with the Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) — exploring the distribution of Black or Hispanic educators across Connecticut’s school districts.
EDLR’s Laura Burton is quoted in MyRecordJournal.com regarding gender disparities in higher education leadership roles.
EDLR’s Dr. Jennie Weiner was recently selected to serve as a juror to determine 2020’s The Brock Prize in Education Innovation, an award dedicated to enhancing education and promoting change.
Each year, the recipient of the Brock Prize in Education Innovation is determined by a jury of nine members. Jurors include educators and champions of education, university officers, meritorious professors, business and government officials, and others committed to excellence in education.
Weiner was chosen for her scholarship on issues of educational leadership and organizational change, including the impact of gender and racial discrimination in educational leadership.
EDLR’s Casey Cobb is quoted in The Crimson on Harvard’s ‘Adversity Score’ in connection with their admissions process.
Have You Heard Podcast featuring EDLR’s Preston Green (23:15).
EDLR’s Preston Green comments about legal issues around churches operating charter schools in the Chalkbeat.
AERA announces the new editor team which includes EDLR’s Sarah Woulfin, who serve as a coeditor of Educational Researcher for the 2020–2022 volume years.