The College of Education hosted “Inspire. Incite. Innovate,” annual symposium that convenes educators, teachers, and other organizations to promote school successfulness.
KAPPA DELTA PI, INTERNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IN EDUCATION, INDUCTS 68 NEW MEMBERS
Philadelphia, PA— Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is pleased to announce that 68 members have been invited and inducted into its ranks through the Alpha Alpha Nu Chapter of Temple University College of Education.
The initiation ceremony will take place Friday, October 9, 2015, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Walk Auditorium where we will welcome with great pride two new honorary members: Christa Rossi, Class of 2019, and Professor Emeritus Ken Thurman.
An article published by urban education PhD student Krystn Stewart was featured on Newsworks. It explores the importance of school reform in Philadelphia.
Convocation at Temple University is a tradition that occurs annually at the end of Welcome Week. This formal ceremony celebrates the arrival of the new class of undergraduate students, freshmen and transfers.
Center on Innovations in Learning (CIL), based at the College of Education at Temple University, is part of the U.S. Department of Education’s Comprehensive Center Network, which was formed to help state education agencies work with districts and schools to meet student achievement goals. CIL is one of seven national content centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education to work with 15 regional comprehensive centers and state agencies in implementing innovations in learning.
Temple has formed a partnership with the national public school coalition Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) in an effort to increase college completion rates for graduates.
Jumpstart Philadelphia has been changing the lives of preschool children since it first came to Temple University in 2005. Over 600 Temple students have been trained since then and work closely with children, ages 3 to 5, in the North Philadelphia community.
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."