The College of Education’s Intergenerational Center has received a grant last month to support programs for grandparents and alternative guardians raising children in Philadelphia. But what is the Intergenerational Center — and what are the challenges North Philadelphia grandparents face when raising children?
The College of Education works to support children of Philadelphia through partnerships with the School District of Philadelphia. A new on-campus early childhood and community engagement center will make learning more accessible to local children.
A $75,000 grant awarded to the College of Education’s Institute on Disabilities from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation enabled the formation of Adaptive Design Greater Philadelphia. Adaptive Design Greater Philadelphia trains professionals to use creativity and innovation to help more families have access to adaptive equipment.
Did you know there used to be a working TV station in the basement of Ritter Hall?
The College of Education commends the voluntary efforts of its faculty and staff who have received the Safe Zone training to become a resource for the LGBTQIA+ Temple community.
Educational Psychology student, Dan LaSalle, teaches students financial security with a Teacher-Leader Collaborative Grants Program offered by the Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders at Olney High School in Philadelphia.
On Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 300 third graders from the School District of Philadelphia visited Temple University to get hands-on college experience.
The grant will better prepare low-income high school students in the North Philadelphia area with the resources needed for college admission and success.