Current UConn Sport Management senior, Batouly Camara is featured in the Journal Inquirer for being an ‘upbeat teammate despite succession of injuries’.
Month: February 2020
Portland’s New Superintendent
ELP alumnus Charles D. Britton chosen to replace O’Reilly as Portland schools chief – The Hour
Southington Principal Makes Connection With Families
UCAPP alumnus and current principal at Hatton Elementary School, Bob Garry, makes a point to call families praising their child with the ‘Friday Phone Call’. – NBC Connecticut
No Explanation for End to New London Urban-Suburban Open Choice Program
“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.
Parents Explore “Breaking Up” With Standardized Tests
LLEP Ph.D. candidate, Robert Cotto’s research is referenced in The New Haven Independent
Webinar on UCAPP Program Scheduled for March 4, 2020
Please join UCAPP’s Dr. Richard Gonzales on Mar. 4, for a webinar titled, ‘Lessons Learned by (Re)Design: Assessing Candidate Outcomes in UConn’s Administrator Preparation Program’.
Fresh Talk: Students must engage internationally to grow
Joseph Galarza, a current graduate student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, writes an op-ed the benefits of studying abroad, in the Hartford Courant.
Washington Central Picks New Superintendent
UCAPP and ELP alumnus, Bryan Olkowski, was recently selected to serve as Washington Central School Board’s new superintendent. Times Argus.
Should plaintiffs in a U.S. Supreme Court ruling about school choice be careful what they wish for?
EDLR’s Dr. Preston Green co-authors op-ed on school choice and education costs found in the Hechinger Report.