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!
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 Career and Technical Education – Current Trends and Results
Alexandra Lamb discusses How School Districts are Introducing Technology Into Classrooms Through 1:1 Programs
Chelsea Connery examines the Impact of Undocumented Status on Children’s Learning, as well as the implications for schools
CEPA is a research center based at the Neag School that seeks to inform educational leaders and policymakers on issues related to the development, implementation, and consequences of education policies. Learn more about CEPA at cepa.uconn.edu.
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.
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.
WNPR (LLEP doctoral student, Robert Cotto previews the upcoming Supreme Court case on school funding)