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Category: Education

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Montclair State University Symposium Touts ‘Triumph Over Trauma’

Program empowers male high school students with college insights, brave conversations and cultural performances

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2024 College Rankings: U.S. News & World Report Ranks Online Graduate Programs Among Nation’s Best

Five of Montclair’s offerings ranked among the best in the country

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Conference Supports Healing and Social Justice Dialogues

University co-sponsored the 18th Annual Liberation-Based Healing Conference, held on campus

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Tackling the Teacher Shortage: Montclair Launches First NJ Apprenticeship Program Backed by Department of Labor

The new program will be open to all New Jersey school districts

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Montclair State University Takes Inclusive Education to the Next Level

New certificate program in General Education Studies launches for students with intellectual disabilities; applications for fall 2024 are now open

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In Schools, an Ongoing Fight for Racial Justice

University’s Critical Urban Education Speaker Series brings renowned scholar, author Bettina L. Love to campus

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University Names Vincent C. Alfonso Interim Dean of the College for Education and Engaged Learning

Experienced education leader tapped to help launch new College focused on innovation and inclusivity

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Graduate Desmond Durham Appears on the Sherri Shepherd Show

Educational Leadership grad joined by his son on national daytime talk show

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University Hosts HIV Prevention Training for Community Agencies

Grant-funded workshop aims to meet behavioral health needs of young gay and bisexual men at risk or living with HIV/AIDS

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Graduate Programs Ranked Among Nation’s Best in U.S. News Rankings

Education programs ranked in the Top 100 for the first time in 2023-2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings

Education, community and thought leaders and young high school students – all Black and Latinx males – attended Montclair’s first Male Enrollment and Graduation Alliance (MEGA) Symposium.

Montclair Hosts Symposium on Achievements of Black and Latinx Males

Education thought leaders from Northeast discuss solutions, support for success of students of color

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Teaching Black History in February – and Beyond

In Newark Teacher Project classrooms, ‘the work we do isn’t determined by the calendar’