Jeremy Williams, a doctoral student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, helps other veterans succeed.
Dan Clay’s new role as dean of the University of Iowa College of Education is more than an exciting job opportunity: It’s a homecoming of sorts.
Haley Kaplan, a first-year teacher and 2016 UI College of Education graduate in elementary education, had a perfectly organized classroom to welcome her fourth graders to Jefferson Elementary School in Bettendorf, encouraging them to do their best and be school leaders.
For the eighth consecutive year, George Washington High School in Cedar Rapids is the top Advanced Placement (AP) school in Iowa, according to the Iowa AP Index. The College of Education's Belin-Blank Center created the index to assess AP participation among accredited public and nonpublic schools in Iowa.
UI education faculty using interactive technology to help K-12 teachers improve student behavior
The University of Iowa College of Education saw a record-breaking year for those receiving Fulbright grants, with the highly competitive program awarding 2016-2017 English Teaching Assistantships to Lauren Darby, Abigail Grilli, and Amanda Kloser.
Nicholas Bowman, director of the Center for Research on Undergraduate Education (CRUE), is examining the reasons that students do not complete college and the importance of college success.
Nathan Fulcher is a self-identified “white guy from Iowa.” He grew up in a small town and went to a Catholic high school with only 100 students in the whole building.
In 2015, the School Administrators of Iowa recognized Julie Trepa, principal at Paul Norton Elementary in Bettendorf, as the Elementary Principal of the Year, no small feat in a state with more than 1,200 elementary schools.
As one of the College of Education’s oldest alumni, Gracka Gerardi, who received her bachelor’s degree in Music Education in 1936, has seen quite a bit of change over the years, but consistent has been her profound love of music and joy of sharing