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New director of CEEP appointed as research director for federal education research lab

Hitchcock, John

Nationally known expert in program evaluation and mixed methods research John Hitchcock, the newly appointed director of the Center for Evaluation & Education Policy at the Indiana University School of Education, has also been appointed as research director for the Regional Educational Laboratory Appalachia. Full Story >>

School of Education professor Bonk to speak at event partnered with SXSWedu conference

Bonk photo

Indiana University School of Education faculty member Curt Bonk will speak twice during this week's SXSWedu conference in Austin, Texas. The conference is the education portion of the well-known South by Southwest festivals and conferences that focus on music, film and technology. Full Story >>

SPEA, School of Education faculty members named top contributors to education discourse

Ashlyn Nelson

Two Indiana University faculty members are on a list of the top contributors to the public debate about education published on the Education Week website. The second annual "Edu-Scholar Public Presence Rankings" includes IU School of Education professor Curt Bonk and School of Public and Environmental Affairs assistant professor Ashlyn Nelson. Full Story >>

IU School of Education names latest class of Jacobs Teachers

Jacobs Teachers

The Indiana University School of Education has announced its latest class of Jacobs Teacher Educators from Indiana and across the country, selected for innovative, inquiry-based teaching and learning activities in their classrooms. Full Story >>

IU School of Education professor Bonk to deliver free online course on online teaching

Curt Bonk

Curt Bonk, professor of instructional systems technology at the Indiana University School of Education, will deliver a five-week, free and open Internet course about teaching online for a company that specializes in organizing online courses. Full Story >>

Two IU School of Education scholars ranked among top contributors to education discourse

Jonathan Plucker

A new ranking compiled by education researcher and author Rick Hess and published on the Education Week website places two Indiana University School of Education faculty in a listing of the top contributors to public debate about education. Full Story >>