Alumnus honored at the White House

Erskine Glover

Erskine Glover, EDU '96, a Newark school principal and some of his school's staff members will be heading to the White House Tuesday for a celebration of their work and that of other top educators. Glover earned a Master in Education from the College of Education at Temple University in 1996.

College of Education Alumna Linda Darling-Hammond Ranked Most Publicly Influential Education Scholar

Linda Darling-Hammond

College of Education alumna Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University was ranked the most publicly influential education scholar in the 2016 Rick Hess Straight Up Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings published by Education Week. Review the rankings here. Dr. Darling-Hammond earned a PhD in Urban Education from Temple University. Also included in the rankings, is College of Education alumnus Marc Lamont Hill.

College of Education Alumni appointed to mayor-elect's transition team

City Hall
Temple University graduates have always played a role in shaping local, national and global politics. This year, on the local political front, a number of Temple graduates have been named to high-ranking positions in both the administrative cabinet and transition team of Mayor-elect Jim Kenney. Three members of Kenney’s transition team share the distinction of having earned degrees in education from Temple University.


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