EdLine 2024

Two female university students (Black women) chatting in front of a gold wall map of Milwaukee.

Highlights from SOE’s 2024 edition of EdLine include:

  • How the School of Education prepares future teachers to teach reading and how a new state law impacts the work.  
  • A partnership between the School of Education and 12 MPS schools is helping teachers and principals work together to improve the mathematics instruction at their schools. 
  • A chat with Associate Dean and Head of School Andrew Davis about his ideas for the future of the School of Education and the education profession. 
  • The innovative First Year Experience Jump Start program is helping education students make the transition to college.  
  • Long-time faculty members Nadya Fouad and Craig Berg discuss their years at UWM and what they’re planning and doing in retirement. 
  • An Educational Psychology course is helping students who are struggling to meet and overcome challenges.  
  • With the help of donors, the American Sign Language program is expanding its enrichment center. 

Because of limited resources, we are printing a reduced number of copies, and hope you enjoy reading this issue online. The publishing platform we use allows you to flip through the pages just like a regular magazine. You can follow news from the SOE throughout the year by going to the School of Education News webpage.

If you would prefer a print copy, please email Kathy Quirk: kquirk@uwm.edu

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