2017 Aspiring Educator Scholarship Initiative

Motivis Learning, the Learning Relationship Management System designed for student-centered, personalized education models. This scholarship is aimed towards students enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program in education. The company will award one $10,000 scholarship to a student who tells Motivis Learning how they will make a difference through teaching.

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Foundation for Childhood Education Grant

Fordham University Graduate School of Education awarded a research grant of $365,000 by The Foundation for Child Development. In the next two years, the Co-PIs, Dr. Chun Zhang and Dr. Tiedan Huang, will be joining the NYC Early Childhood Research Network.  They will examine the early care and education workforce serving young dual language learners enrolled in NYC’s universal prekindergarten programs. The researchers hope to gain a better understanding of relationships among characteristics of early care and education professionals, program components and supports, and optimal classroom instructional practices. The aim is to ultimately inform and improve current New York City Universal Prekindergarten program policies and practices using rigorous empirical evidence.

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Student Awards & Accomplishments

Lauren Zucker, CLAIR student, was elected to serve a two-year term (2017−2019) as the Membership Director on the Leadership Team for the Graduate Strand (CEE-GS) of the Conference on English Education, a subdivision of the National Council of Teachers of English.

Douglas Distefano, CLAIR student, has been awarded the Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Columbia Business School. Doug’s project seeks to “hack” racism, or systematically change how “race” is taught, learned and discussed in academic and educational settings through a “bottom up” approach and a “top down” approach.

Important Dates

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

  • Deadline for matriculated students to register for Spring 2017 courses without incurring a $250.00 late registration fee
  • Last day of Fall 2016 classes

Tuesday January 3rd, 2017

  • Dissertation Format Review Submissions Begin for May 2017 Graduates

Tuesday & Wednesday, January 17th & 18th, 2017

  • In-Person Registration and Advisement for Spring 2017
  • Spring 2017 Begins (Ends May 17th)

*compiled by Brandon Tatum

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