Graduate Student Named 2020 Clark Scholar

University of Kentucky College of Education doctoral scholar Derek T. M. Daskalakes was selected for the 2020 Class of Clark Scholars, one of the most well-respected graduate student seminars, held each year at the American Educational Research Association’s annual meeting. The seminar is sponsored by the association’s Division A and … Read More

Register Now to Level Up Skills in Professional Learning Series

The University of Kentucky College of Education is launching a new Professional Learning Series. Open to anyone, the series is designed to help participants level up their skills in a selection of self-paced and live workshops—all online this summer. When participants successfully complete a workshop, they will earn a digital … Read More

Kinesiology and Health Promotion Chair Named Journal Editor

The University of Kentucky College of Education’s Dr. Heather Erwin has been named editor-in-chief of the Journal of Teaching in Physical Education. Her four-year term will start in July as incoming editor-in-chief for the first two years of her appointment and as editor-in-chief the following two years. Among her dozens … Read More

Ed Leadership Blog: Becoming a Digital Leader, Overnight

Are you a school leader, or do you aspire to be one? Staying up-to-date on news and trends in your field will help you proactively lead schools. Faculty members in the Educational Leadership Studies department at the University of Kentucky College of Education blog about topics to advance your career. … Read More

Q&A: Impacts COVID-19 Will Have on K-12 Education

Amid school closings to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, educators are grappling with keeping student learning on track. University of Kentucky faculty who direct the Center for Next Generation Leadership at the UK College of Education provide professional development and support for school leaders as they transform schools to better prepare students … Read More

Apply Now: Full Scholarships Available for Special Education Master’s

The University of Kentucky College of Education is offering full tuition in-state scholarships and a $5,000 per semester stipend for students earning a Master of Science (M.S.) in Special Education (moderate and severe disabilities) in the UK Advanced Preparation Teacher Leader Program in Special Education. The Training InterdisciPLinary Educators to … Read More

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