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UConn’s Neag School of Education Celebrates 15th Anniversary

More than 250 students, faculty, and alumni recently celebrated the 15th anniversary of the naming of the Neag School of Education with events over two days.

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The International Language of Sports

Connecticut is 12,500 miles from South Africa. But shooting hoops with fifth-graders at the Clark Elementary & Middle School gym in Hartford recently, Sikhulu Zondo was suddenly aware that playing with the American students had erased the age and cultural barriers between them. Neag School’s Husky Sport provided inspiration for South African educators during a Cultural Exchange Program.

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Experience, Enthusiasm and a History of Results Make Chafouleas Ideal for New Associate Dean for Research Position

Set smart goals, divvy up the work, and then attack it. It’s an oversimplified, but accurate, description of how new Neag School of Education Associate Dean for Research Sandra M. Chafouleas is working to support Neag faculty.

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Accolades: Read About the News and Accomplishments from our Students, Alumni and Faculty/Staff

Here are news and notes from our alumni, faculty, staff, and students. We are proud of all the amazing accomplishments by our Neag family. If you have an accolade to share, we want to hear from you! Please send any news items (and story ideas) to shawn.kornegay@uconn.edu

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Achievement Gap Exists in Online Reading Skills

Students in lower income school districts have a significantly harder time analyzing and understanding information on the Internet than their peers, according to a new UConn study that indicates a troubling online reading achievement gap may exist in the nation’s schools.

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New York Teacher, Jewelry Designer Donates $150K to Create ‘Fuller Scholarship for Social Justice in Education’ at UConn’s Neag School

Ten years working as a teacher in Los Angeles, London and New York City led to Kathryn Fuller experiencing many realizations, including the limited role “smarts” or intelligence can play in classroom learning. Using money from her family’s railroad business, Fuller recently presented $150,000 to the Neag School to establish the Fuller Scholarship for Social Justice in Education.