Neag School of Education
Bringing ‘Behavioral Vaccines’ to School: 5 Ways Educators Can Support Student Well-Being
Simple steps that educators and parents can take to help support child well-being throughout the day
Neag School Ranks Among Top 20 Publics for Sixth Consecutive Year
For the sixth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked UConn’s Neag School of Education among the top 20 public graduate schools of education in the nation.
For College Students with Disabilities, Communication is Key in Online Learning, Researchers Find
The pandemic prompts a major shift - in some cases, for the better
Connecticut’s 2021 Letters About Literature Contest Winners Named
The Neag School of Education, UConn’s Department of English, and the Connecticut Writing Project (CWP), co-sponsors of the 28th annual Letters About Literature contest, are proud to announce Connecticut’s winners for the 2020-21 academic year.
Miguel Cardona Named 1st UConn Grad to Serve as U.S. Secretary of Education
Neag School alumnus Miguel Cardona ’01 MA, ’04 6th Year, ’11 Ed.D., ’12 ELP, was confirmed on March 1 by the U.S. Senate.
Q&A: Supporting Your Child’s Well-Being During the Pandemic
'Don't sink the boat,' the importance of routine, and other advice for a turbulent time
For Students of Color, Online Racism Leads to Real-World Mental Health Challenges
For 'digital natives,' online racism can be a significant component of traumatic stress.
Jason Irizarry Named Interim Dean of the Neag School of Education
Jason Irizarry, a professor in the Neag School’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the associate dean for academic affairs, takes on the role of interim dean at the Neag School next month.
How Can Principals Help — Not Harm — Learning During COVID?
The pandemic has profoundly changed the way many schools have been operating over the past year. Yet teaching and learning during COVID must continue — whether students are connecting with teachers and classmates in person or virtually. Among those under pressure to ensure that effective learning persists are public school principals.
The Enduring Vision and Innovation of Professor William Servedio
Having always practiced what he preached as a professor, advisor, and coach, William “Bill” Servedio is someone who walks the walk. Perhaps more accurately, the Neag School Professor Emeritus runs the run; he appears to have spent most every day of his 78 years moving at full tilt. And in recently establishing a scholarship fund for Neag School sport management students in addition to taking part in virtual discussions with alumni from the program, he clearly has no intention of slowing down.