Month: May 2018
A Day in the Life of a School Principal: Megan Baker ’12 6th Year
The Neag School meets up with alumna Megan Baker ’12 6th Year, graduate of the UConn Administrator Preparation Program (UCAPP) to identify what life looks like as a principal.
Principals as Instructional Leaders and Managers—Not an “Either-Or”
Institute of Education Sciences. (EDLR’s Morgaen Donaldson and Shaun Dougherty’s research on principal evaluation policies featured)
10 Questions With Sandy Bell, Expert in Adult Learning
As part of the recurring 10 Questions series, the Neag School caught up with EDLR’s Sandy Bell to offer a glimpse into her Neag School experience and their current career, research, and/or community activities.
Principals Named At Manchester High And Middle Schools
UCAPP Alumna, Katelyn Miner has recently been appointed to the permanent position at Manchester High School, as noted in the Hartford Courant.
Neag School Accolades – April-May 2018
Congratulations to our Neag School alumni, faculty, staff, and students on their continued accomplishments inside and outside the classroom, outlined in this month’s issue of Neag School Accolades.
Racial Isolation of Charter School Students Exacerbating Resegregation
Are We Investing In Our Teachers?
WNPR asks Are We Investing In Our Teachers? (EDLR’s Richard Schwab quoted)
Hurwitz Earns AASA Educational Administration Scholarship Award
Ed.D.’s Scott Hurwitz, who is the Acting Principal at Gideon School in Glastonbury, was recently presented with the AASA Educational Administration Scholarship Award. Hurwitz was only one of seven recipients to receive the national award as noted by Glastonbury Public Schools.