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Radford University special education faculty receive funding for building inclusive schools project »
Three Radford University School of Teacher Education and Leadership faculty members have been awarded a grant from the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities. The grant will promote inclusive educational practice in Virginia and ultimately enhance the school and community inclusion of children and youth with developmental disabilities in Virginia.
Grad School Hub has ranked Radford University’s Master of Science in Education – Math Education program among its top 30 most affordable online mathematics programs for 2018.
One of the newest additions to Radford University’s living-learning communities this year is Schoolhouse, a living space on the third floor of Moffett Hall that connects and inspires prospective teachers from all disciplines and grade levels.
Being a student teacher requires long hours and dedication. It means making detailed lesson plans, working closely with host schools and meeting students and their parents. It also means cutting short summer break and returning to the Radford campus three weeks before fall semester classes begin.
Tamara Wallace of the College of Education and Human Development is one of 13 deans to be selected as a Deans for Impact fellow in the 2018 Impact Academy cohort.
Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development is hosting its third annual Global Education Conference. The one-day event is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Aug. 18, at the university’s Cook Hall.