Warner School of Education

  • Warner offers guaranteed 50% school counseling scholarships to up to 15 graduate students to help address the statewide shortage of school counselors studying to provide K-12 students with the guidance and socio-emotional support they need to succeed in school and in life.
  • Martha Mock, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of the Center for Disability and Education, received the Leadership in Inclusive Higher Education Award from the State of the Art Conference in Syracuse, NY.
  • The Center for Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA) launched and aims to provide the resources to help schools and organizations to better capitalize on technology in  educational settings. The LiDA Center is led by former Dean, Raffaella Borasi.
  • The Warner School’s Center for Urban Education Success (CUES) hosted its third annual Symposium to engage the community in a discussion of the role community schools play in addressing academic, social, and emotional needs of students and families. Over 100 attendees participated in the forum that offered a variety of sessions led by community leaders from 18 local, statewide, and national organizations involved in developing partnerships between schools and communities.

Bullet points highlight impact made in 2019-20

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