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University News

Category: Education

Tens of Thousands of Black Teachers in the South and Border States Lost Their Jobs Post-Brown. What About Those Outside the South?

A new report by Educational Foundations Professor Zoë Burkholder examines the trajectory of Black teachers in the North before and after 1954.

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Montclair Mascots Unveil Secret Identities at Commencement 2024

Inside the Team Rocky tradition with four newly minted alumni

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N.J. Quintuplets Make History as They Graduate from Montclair State University

Graduate Spotlight Times Five: The Povolo quints follow their own paths yet all earn their degrees in four years

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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

Teacher Apprenticeship Program

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