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Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department

Study finds majority of two-year college transfers complete four-year degrees

Students in Lecture

More than 60 percent of students who transferred from two-year schools in the 2005-2006 academic year obtained bachelor's degrees at four-year institutions, according to a new report issued by Indiana University's Project on Academic Success and the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Full Story >>

Annual education leadership conference renamed for longtime IU faculty member McCarthy

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The Indiana University School of Education and the Indiana University School Administrators Association announced during Thursday's session of the 46th Education Leadership Summer Conference that the annual event is being renamed for Chancellor's Professor Emeritus Martha McCarthy. Starting next summer, the conference will be known as the Martha McCarthy Education Law and Policy Institute. Full Story >>

College readiness the focus of annual education leadership conference

2012 education leadership conference

How well does Indiana prepare students for college? And how could that system be improved? Such questions will be the primary focus of the 46th annual Educational Leadership Summer Conference presented by the Indiana University School Administrators Association in Bloomington. Full Story >>

Education faculty member study: policy variations, financial stress characterize dual credit programs

A recently-released report co-authored by an Indiana University School of Education faculty member found states vary on terminology and policy regarding dual credit programs, and the "Great Recession" may have limited more substantial growth. Full Story >>

Google funds 'BOOC' assessment course by IU School of Education researcher

Dan Hickey

Google has funded an associate professor in the Indiana University School of Education to develop a "Big Open Online Course," or BOOC. Daniel Hickey will offer a free course in September focused on educators and titled "Assessment Practices, Principles, and Policies" for as many as 500 students, funded by a $50,000 Google grant. Full Story >>

IU's Kelley School of Business and School of Education join forces for Effective Leaders Academy

Executive Leaders

Indiana University's Kelley School of Business and School of Education are teaming up to assist three Indiana schools that are seeking to improve academic performance through long-term action plans Full Story >>