The Warner School of Education and Human Development prepares skilled leaders through innovative teaching and learning practices that enhance and enrich theory, policy and practice by engaging in scholarly inquiry and research. Warner students emerge from our programs enriched in theory and practice and become agents of change in education and human services.
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Your gift to the Warner School Annual Fund can support many of our initiatives, including:
- Warner’s Urban Teaching and Leadership (UTL) Program –Warner’s UTL program is designed to prepare talented classroom teachers to improve the quality of education for city school students who face great obstacles. Our UTL student teachers participate in monthly seminars that focus on critical approaches to teaching in urban settings.
- Horizons at UR/Warner –This is a six week summer enrichment program for students from low-income backgrounds from the city of Rochester. Horizons at UR/Warner program has the distinction of being the first Horizons site to reside on a research university campus, serving as a national model.
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