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Category: Education

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’

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How Charter Schools Can Increase Equity

New research highlights the need for greater emphasis on underserved populations when authorizing new schools

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How to Keep Your Body and Mind Healthy During the Holiday Season

Regular exercise can combat stress, winter blues and balance holiday excess

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At Summer Residency, Lights! Cameras! Action!

Partnership with Ghetto Film School provides high school filmmakers a college setting to hone storytelling skills

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Grants Provide More Than $1.2 Million for Computer Science Education

Montclair research team is creating educational programs for northern New Jersey schools

Melissa de Almeida

US Department of Education Features Red Hawks Rising

Teacher Academy receives national recognition on #InnovatED online series

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Montclair Hosts Aphasia Book Club

Speech language pathology team creates safe space for reading, connection for those with disorder

Melissa de Almeida

Growing Future Teachers

University, Newark and AFT team up on Red Hawks Rising Teacher Academy to diversify teacher pipeline

Collage of photos of Andreia Resende ’22, left, Alex Diaz ’12 MEd, Teaching and Learning Professor Douglas Larkin and Biology Professor Sandra Adams

A New Science Teacher Comes Full Circle

Finding support with mentors who believed in her, a graduate of the Noyce Science Teacher Program now inspires her students to believe in themselves

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

Educational Leadership program ranked No. 1 in New Jersey and No. 14 in the country in 2022 rankings

Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health Director Gerard Costa

Early Childhood Expert Gerard Costa to Retire

Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health Director says what happens in early childhood matters to all