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Batista Earns Graduate Student of the Year Award

Congrats to LLEP student Pauline Batista for recently receiving the Graduate Student of the Year Award from the UConn NAACP Youth & College Chapter. This honor recognizes her strong character, commitment, and academic achievements towards UConn students and the community!

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Preston Green Served on NEPC Research Panel

EDLR’s Dr. Preston Green recently served on the 12th Annual National Education Policy Center (NEPC)’s research panel, held on Sept. 14, 2018.  The talk was titled The Challenge of Making Research Usable and Used and included panelists: Erica Frankenberg from Pennsylvania State University Genevieve Siegel-Hawley from Virginia Commonwealth University Preston Green from the University of Connecticut The panel discussion was open […]

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Summer 2018: Issue Briefs

This summer, the Neag School of Education caught up with three doctoral students in the Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy program regarding their research that were recently released as issue briefs, in connection to the Center for Education Policy Analysis.  Read more on their individual thoughts and recommendations for education: Samuel J. Kamin writes about […]

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Issue Brief: The Impact of Undocumented Status on Children’s Learning

Chelsea Connery ’13 (ED), ’14 MA, a former public school teacher and now a Neag School doctoral student in the Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy program, prepared the following issue brief — in affiliation with the Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) — about the impact of undocumented status on children’s learning, as well as the implications for schools.

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Preparing a School District for a 1:1 Technology Initiative: Issue Brief

Alexandra Lamb, a doctoral student in the Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy program at the Neag School, prepared the following issue brief — in affiliation with the Center for Education Policy Analysis (CEPA) — about school districts that are introducing technology into classrooms through what are known as 1:1 programs.

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