An upcoming Supreme Court decision about school vouchers could have a broader impact in the decades ahead, creating an opening for Christian, Jewish, or other religious charter schools. “Charter schools are the next frontier,” says Preston Green. Read more on Chalkbeat.
Preston Green is quoted in this story from The 74 Million on Biden Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.
As UConn’s director of the H. Fred Simons African American Cultural Center (AACC) and affiliate faculty with the Africana Studies Institute, Willena Kimpson Price ’90 Ph.D. has been instrumental in supporting UConn African American students’ higher education experiences for the past three decades. Check out the Q&A with Price.
The Mansfield (Connecticut) Board of Education recently announced that Neag School alumnus Peter Dart has been named superintendent of the school district.
Eli Wolff co-authors a piece in The Conversation that addresses five questions about the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and how it responds to human rights and other issues.
The UConn 360 podcast features alumna Fany Hannon, director of the Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center.
Professor Casey Cobb and alumna Christine Carver are quoted in a CT Examiner story about the expansion of a program that allows urban students in Connecticut towns Danbury and Norwalk to attend suburban schools in Fairfield County.
Eli Wolff answers questions about athletic activism in UConn Today as the 2022 Winter Olympics begin.
The Neag School has announced its 2022 Alumni Award winners. Read about the honorees, including those who have degrees from the Department of Educational Leadership.
The Neag School has named two doctoral students in the Department of Educational Leadership as 2022 Alumni Board Scholarship recipients. Read more about the recipients.