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Category: Education

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New Jersey STEM Innovation Fellowship Expands to Science with Funding from State

Program awards 30 new fellowships as part of second cohort

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What STEM Innovation Fellows Learned During COVID-19

Math teachers count on each other to help navigate a complicated school year

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Lessons from the Pandemic

Teachers say they will keep bonds formed during the pandemic when schools return to ‘normal’

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

Education, Public Health and Part-Time MBA rankings rise in 2022 results

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Online Graduate Programs Among U.S. Best

Educational Leadership program ranked No. 1 in New Jersey and No. 15 in nation in 2021 rankings

Research team “Reclaiming: ME (Muslim Educator),” top from left, Mayida Zaal, Amir Billups, Maheen Ahmad, Chedia Ayari; bottom from left, Nagla Bedir, Manar Hussein, Nushrat Hoque

Need for Representation Shapes Research on Muslim Educators

University researchers conduct nation’s first study on diversity, retention of Muslim-American teachers

Lisa Lieberman and Eva Goldfarb

Experts: Sex Education Should Begin in Kindergarten

First-of-its-kind research shows sex education yields positive outcomes beyond STD and pregnancy prevention

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Montclair State Launches Online Certificate in K-12 Computer Science Teaching

Program joins certificate in Virtual Learning for Students with Disabilities as offerings empowering teachers

Barry A. Bachenheimer

Answering the Call

A Montclair State alumnus and expert on virtual learning prepares schools for reopening and moonlights as EMT

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Growing New Leaders in Higher Ed

A new graduate program prepares leaders for biggest challenges on college campuses

Gerard Costa

$8M Federal Grant to Encourage Inclusive Education in New Jersey

Program to Reduce NJ’s High Rate of Special-Education Students in Separate Classes and Schools

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Schools Lean on Montclair State for Support

The University’s education faculty provide the guidance teachers need right now