Neag School of Education
How to Nurture Creativity in Your Kids
Creativity has a host of academic, professional and personal benefits
New Research Study to Investigate — and Address — Teacher Stress
With federal funding, Lisa Sanetti and colleagues will explore interventions to help reduce schoolteacher stress and improve mental well-being, with the long-term goal of retraining teachers in classrooms.
$1.5M Grant to Help Develop Exceptional Leaders in Math Education
The Connecticut Noyce Math Teacher Leaders (MTL) Program aims to support the development and retention of exceptional math educators in Connecticut’s highest-needs school districts — while also building these districts’ future leadership capacity in math education.
How Reparations Can Be Paid Through School Finance Reform
Schools in predominantly Black communities receive less funding, even though Black homeowners pay higher tax rates
New Website Developed By Neag School Will Assist High School History Teachers
Connecticut is the first state to mandate that all of its high schools offer an elective class on Black and Latinx history and this website will provide resources
Neag School Researcher Receives NSF, Google Grants to Improve Science Education
Todd Campbell has received grants from the NSF and Google to make next-generation science education more justice-oriented and accessible
Q&A: Meet the Neag School of Education Dean Jason G. Irizarry
Meet Jason G. Irizarry, Ed.D., who is kicking off his first full academic year as dean of UConn’s Neag School of Education. Irizarry, who grew up in New York City and served as a teacher before pursuing a path to leadership in higher education, was appointed dean for a five-year term in May 2021.
Fall 2021 Faculty Appointments and New Hires at the Neag School
This fall, the Neag School welcomes its incoming hires, congratulates existing faculty members on new appointments, and celebrates the first full academic year with its dean, Jason G. Irizarry, and his newly appointed leadership team.
Students Are Returning to School With Anxiety, Grief, and Gaps in Social Skills
Will there be enough school mental health resources?