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Ingrained captures the journeys of alums who are Michigan K-12 educators. These Spartans are deeply rooted in their communities, bringing passion, innovation and a commitment to education to their every day work.

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Inaugural College of Education Award winners announced

May 22, 2024

The first-ever College of Education Awards were given in May 2024 to faculty and staff who have made extraordinary contributions to the college community.  The awards recognize individuals for their research, teaching and leadership. They were developed and disseminated by Associate Deans E...

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New book offers tools for educating African immigrant youth in K–12 schools

May 20, 2024

A new book co-edited by Michigan State University College of Education Associate Professor Vaughn W. M. Watson offers an in-depth look at the vibrant educational and civic lives of African immigrant youth in K–12 schools across the United States, Canada and globally. Scheduled for release in J...

Naseem Rodríguez earns national Early Career Award

May 16, 2024

Noreen Naseem Rodríguez received the Early Career Award from the Association for Asian American Studies in April 2024. The annual award recognizes those who have made valuable contributions to the Asian American studies field.  For Naseem Rodríguez, this honor indicates that the nation is sta...

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