• COE RESEARCHERS AWARDED $3.1 MILLION IN EDUCATION GRANTS

    Researchers in the College of Education have been awarded a total of $3.1 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences to develop programs and monitoring tools to help preschool and elementary school children in language, behavior and literacy. Read more>>
     
  • Greater Lehigh Valley Consortium for Excellence and Equity

    GLLCEE is an outgrowth of the Lehigh University School Study Council, which counts about 30 area school districts among its members. Louise Donohue, professor of practice and the council's executive director, said many area school district leaders focused on equity in the last few years, and the consortium serves to help them share ideas so they don't have to reinvent the wheel. Read more >>

  • Ph.D. grads urged to ‘make a difference’

    “The world needs rigorous and independent thinkers like you,” Simon said. “Take risks and find a way to make a difference. And know that we all expect something spectacular from you.” Read more>> 

  • 100 Years of Excellence

    It was a night of celebration for Lehigh’s College of Education as alumni, faculty, staff and leadership gathered in Iacocca Hall Thursday (May 5) to mark 100 years of education at Lehigh, its 50 years as a College and 50 years of the highly regarded Centennial School for children with educational disabilities. Read more >> 
     
  • Caring for Cambodia

    It is January 2003. A 9-year-old Cambodian girl tugs on Jamie Amelio’s shirt while she’s touring the famous temples of Angkor Wat and asks for a dollar to go to school. Read more>>

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