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Student Spotlight: Nari Kato '21

Education Studies concentrator and DUG leader Nari Kato '21 describes his favorite part about the concentration and why he was drawn to study it.
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Black women reign at beauty pageants

Hilary Levey Friedman, Visiting Assistant Professor of Education, provided commentary on the evolving definition of what it means to be a pageant winner.
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Why Developmental Science?

Jin Li, Professor of Education and Human Development, is spotlighted in the "Hidden Figures" in Developmental Science series for the Society for Research in Child Development.
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Job Opportunity: Lecturer in Social Studies Education

The Department of Education seeks an outstanding teacher educator with a commitment to advancing educational equity in urban schools to join our dynamic and growing department as a Lecturer in Social Studies Education beginning in summer 2020.
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R.I. SAT scores don't keep pace with grad rates

In an article in The Providence Journal, Director of the Urban Education Policy program, Kenneth Wong, comments on wide gaps between graduation rates and SAT scores in Rhode Island high schools. "It's important for the districts and the commissioner to communicate why this is important, that it's clearly connected to college and career readiness."