The College of Education & Human Development is pleased to welcome 17 new faculty members this fall.
A new study highlights the damaging social and emotional toll caused by “relational aggression,” which is the most common form of bullying.
The elementary math specialist program recently received funding which will fund 100 Missouri elementary school teachers to complete the program.
“If you have an effective principal, student academic successes go up,” notes Dr. Jerry Valentine.
The University of Missouri College of Education & Human Development is proud to announce the following faculty promotions, effective Sept. 1, 2022.
On June 4, more than 880 high school seniors from around the world will graduate from University of Missouri High School, the flagship online program of Mizzou Academy, an outreach and engagement unit embedded within the MU College of Education and Human Development.
Traumatic societal events may undermine the benefits of positive classroom interventions.
Online resources for teachers help students gain confidence in learning and spark interest among underrepresented students in STEM topics.
By opening their virtual doors to preservice teachers, Mizzou Academy has been able to enrich field experiences for rising educators.
The overall graduate program at MU’s College of Education & Human Development rose nine spots to No. 32.