Posts tagged: Special Education - Diverse

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FSU Professors Receive IES Grants to Advance Special Education Research

by | May 15, 2019 The Institute for Education Sciences (IES) has awarded Early Career grants to Drs. Laura Steacy Read more

Dooley is First Woman and African-American Provost at UCF

| October 4, 2018
The University of Central Florida is determined to gain designation as one of the state’s pre [...] Read more

Report: Elementary and Special Education Teachers’ Knowledge of Reading Instruction is Lacking

by Walter Hudson | August 13, 2018
A new report indicates that many states are failing to maintain the necessary requirements when [...] Read more

Vega’s Poor Start Benefits At-risk Population

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 7, 2017
Poverty isn’t some abstract idea to Dr. Desireé Vega, selected by Diverse as a member of the [...] Read more


| March 22, 2016
NADINE SHIGEZAWA was appointed director of the Veterans in Transition to Academic Leadership (V [...] Read more

Diverse on the Go

| March 7, 2016
Vice President Ralph Newell is attending the ACPA Convention in Montreal through Wednesday, an [...] Read more

Diverse on the Go

| March 4, 2016
Vice President Ralph Newell is attending the ACPA Convention in Montreal this weekend, an event [...] Read more

ED Seeks More Accurate Measures of Disproportionality in Special Education

by Catherine Morris | February 23, 2016
The Department of Education wants states to start using a standardized methodology to determine [...] Read more


| October 22, 2015
ELREO CAMPBELL has been appointed an associate dean and director of financial aid at Colby Coll [...] Read more


| October 8, 2015
JULIANNA BARNES has been appointed president of Cuyamaca College in El Cajon, California, effec [...] Read more

St. Louis U. Lowers Tuition for First Responders

by Associated Press | August 6, 2015
ST LOUIS ― Saint Louis University will offer a reduced tuition rate for first responders seek [...] Read more


| June 17, 2015
MICHAEL V. PHAM has been appointed vice president of administrative services at Highline Colleg [...] Read more


| April 18, 2015
CELENA MONDIE-MILNER has been appointed director of new student services at The University of T [...] Read more

For-Profit Colleges Target Regulations in Lawsuit

by Kimberly Hefling, Associated Press | November 6, 2014
The for-profit college sector filed a lawsuit Thursday that seeks to halt new regulations of it [...] Read more

Scholars to Lead Justice Department’s Community Trust Project

by Ronald Roach | October 9, 2014
The National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice will establish an unprecedente [...] Read more
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