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College of Education research finds principals’ teacher evaluations accurate after completing professional training

The Network for Educator Effectiveness was created in 2011 with the help of Christi Bergin, research professor in the College of Education.

The Bridge offers space for education students to explore social justice

College of Education Dean Kathryn Chval: “We’re preparing and trying to equip people to work with others that differ from themselves.”

Kathryn Chval named College of Education dean

Chval has served as acting dean since September 2015.

Presidential candidates to reform higher education

Revenue from cures found at the facility would go toward bridge infrastructure, grants for college, health care, and tax refunds for Missourians.

A new documentary shows one woman’s fight for education

Malala Yousafzai's fight for an education is now on the silver screen in a new documentary.

State legislators need to make the ‘Missouri Promise’

Our state is creating a deadly precedent when it comes to education funding, and it’s time for that to change.

ICYMI: Could the next great American novel come from Twitter?

Columnist Ellie Papadakis discusses Penn’s new English course and how your parents use Facebook.

Educators discuss lessons about race, inequality from Ferguson

“We should be teaching for Ferguson, not about it,” Cuenca said.

Roots N Blues goes to school

“Blues in the Schools” helps kids learn and has ambitious plans.

Ignorance isn’t bliss

The way that our society thinks about, well, thinking is unacceptable.

Expressive elementary students host Silent Film/Silent Art Auction

Students of Lee Expressive Arts Elementary School host auction at Missouri Theatre.

Ask ‘What If…?’ and you shall receive

The What If…? Conference offers opportunity for enlightening conversation Saturday.

Record labels, music schools and concerts, oh, my!

The Bridge brings more to the table than just your everyday music venue.

‘Name That Tune’ to benefit Blues in the Schools program

The game-show-style event will raise money for the Roots N Blues N BBQ Foundation.

People of Columbia

A ResLife desk attendant and an aspiring art educator

Legislation to create a committee focusing on gifted education programs

The changes would affect grades K-12.

Study by MU professor David Geary shows importance of grade school math skills

The study found that 22 percent of U.S. adults have not mastered eighth grade-level math.

U.S. Department of Education ranks Missouri in top 10

Missouri ranked ninth in the nation for high school graduation rates.

Women's and Gender Studies Department creates targeted teaching opportunities

The department is hiring faculty from outside fields to give curriculum diversity.

Largest expense reduction ever for MOST College Savings Plan

Program costs dropped 44 percent, saving Missouri families $18.5 million over the next five years.