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Deris will serve as statewide "ambassador" to spearhead use of recommended practices for the care and education of young children with disabilities. 2016-10-20 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA FRANK PORTER GRAHAM CHILD DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE NEWS RELEASE, 10-11-2016
$150,000 Bush Foundation Grant to Support Training for 140 Mentor Teachers, 10 School Districts through Education Consortium at Minnesota State Mankato
Master of Science in College Student Affairs Ranked No. 1 in Nation by Best Counseling Degrees Website
Educate Magazine-Summer 2016
Educate Magazine-Summer 2016
Diane Coursol, Matthew Clay, and Greg R. Leslie Minnesota State University, Mankato
1.06 Million Grant will Allow Minnesota State Mankato, 3 School Districts to Prepare 50 New Early Childhood Special Education Teachers in next 5 Years
Mankato, Minn. – Minnesota State University, Mankato’s Department of Special Education will be partnering with three public school districts in preparing up to 50 new early childhood special education teachers over the next five years as a result of a $1,064,592 grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs.
The Hooper Award sponsored by Minnesota ASCD
Five $1,000 Scholarships to be Awarded to Graduate Students of Color from Conference Proceeds
Minnesota State Mankato to Host its Second “Advancement Via Individual Determination” Student Summit on April 25
Ceremony will be April 1, Mankato,MN
2016 STAR Symposium on Friday, February 19, 2016
Minnesota State University, Mankato
“What I want to do is provide the support students need,” said Ally Carlson, adding her role as a counselor also includes guiding students through those emotional issues they face to ensure they can succeed academically.
By Trey Mewes email@example.com
Professor Karen Eastman shares her insight.
Elizabeth Baier · Mankato, Minn. · Oct 27, 2015 MPR
October 27, 2015 CSU-Ostrander Auditorium Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 630pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dan Benson Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 (507) 389-6838; firstname.lastname@example.org
By Andy Steiner, Photographs by Tom Roster
By Linda McKee
By PHILIP WEYHE email@example.com
Minnesota State University, Mankato at Edina/College of Education
Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) is an opportunity for ROTC cadets to travel the globe and experience other cultures and languages.
Undergraduate Research Center has awarded a $500.00 grant to College of Education sophomore Amanda Roche.
Educator of the year: Anne Henning knew she wanted to be a teacher since second grade. By Chad Richardson
Mankato, Minn. – The College of Education at Minnesota State University, Mankato has received a gift commitment of $1 million from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous.
Wisconsin State edTPA Implementation Conference on October 3