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Each year, Dr. Ena Shelley travels to Washington, D.C. for AACTE’s Day on the Hill where she visits our state’s Senators and House Representatives to discuss education, education policy and the impact that those policies have on education in our state.

 

 

 

This year, Dr. Shelley, Shawn Sriver, and Ben Hunter, Butler University’s […]

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Are you ready for a change?

As we welcome 2016, many of us make resolutions wanting to improve and change our lives. Change can be positive, but, sometimes, too many changes happening too fast based on too little information lead to chaos, frustration, and fatigue.

State Representative Terry Austin shared at […]

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Mythbusting Monday is a series of blog posts where we invite different faculty members from the College of Education to discuss education myths and how or what we are doing to combat the myth, fix the myth, etc.  We want our faculty to have a voice in busting these myths and we hope by making these issues personal we can […]

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Mythbusting Monday is a series of blog posts where we invite different faculty members from the College of Education to discuss education myths and how or what we are doing to combat the myth, fix the myth, etc.  We want our faculty to have a voice in busting these myths and we hope by making these issues […]

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Several of our faculty from the College of Education Graduate School Counseling program were invited to be part of the First Lady Michelle Obama’s Reach Higher Initiative, which is focusing on college and career readiness.  This convening was a partnership between the White House’s College Opportunity Agenda and the Reach Higher Initiative.  Dr. Tom Keller […]

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Dr. Brandie Oliver, assistant professor in the School Counseling program, is offering a workshop this fall as a response to the new bullying legislation.  If you, your school, your teachers, or others are interested, please read more below and join us on November 18th for this valuable session!  We want to […]

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Dr. Brandie Oliver, assistant professor of School Counseling, spoke to RTV6 for a news story that was aired yesterday about signs a student may be the victim of bullying.  Dr. Oliver has spoken about bullying with several news organizations, conferences and workshops to address this growing issue in education.  Dr. Oliver […]

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