New Degrees in Early Childhood Education & Special Education
New options for becoming a certified Early Childhood Education (PreK-4th Grade) and Special Education (PreK-8th Grade) teacher have arrived at Temple. Our M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education and M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education and Special Education prepare high quality, professional educators who embrace innovation, equity, excellence, and leadership opportunities as teachers in diverse educational settings.
Celia Feinstein, Co-Executive Director of the Temple University Institute on Disabilities discusses the reduction of funding and services for those with disabilities on WHYY Radio. "One of the biggest services that families used to avail themselves of is respite, which is basically a temporary break from caregiving, but that's become less and less a service that the system offers."
For a second consecutive year, the Temple University College of Education Alpha Alpha Nu Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education was selected as a recipient of the Community Service Chapter Program Award and the Membership Chapter Program Award.
Dr. Frank Farley has been honored by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) with its highest award for public contributors of psychology, the "Psychology in the Media Award". Farley's contributions as a public intellectual cover all forms of media including television, radio, newspapers, magazines, blogs and internet sites.
While many policy leaders define the term educational reform narrowly, we believe that educational reform itself needs to be reclaimed. The purpose of this year’s conference is to provide clear examples of democratic ethical educational leadership in action. These exemplars have redefined educational reform in the direction of social justice and social responsibility. This conference will give us time to reflect on ethical leadership at all levels and in a wide array of organizations.