August 27, 2015



ASU Teachers College to host conference for K-20 educators

The two-day event, hosted by ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College and grant programs staff, is geared toward K-20 educators, with a focus on aspects of the Teacher Incentive Fund grant, Arizona Ready-for-Rigor Project, iTeachAZ and other successful educational programs.


Investing in education: $5.9M to advance Sanford Inspire Program

A $5.9 million investment from the Denny Sanford Foundation is designated to the Sanford Inspire Program at ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. The program provides educators with free, online tools and resources to inspire students from pre-kindergarten through high school.


New ASU preschool program, location open for enrollment

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool is currently enrolling children ages 3-5 for the fall.


Young students receive opportunity to attend ASU education camp

Scholarship support enabled about 20 students, of more than 30 total participants, to attend a one-week, overnight camp hosted by Teachers College on the Polytechnic campus.


Education | News coverage:  ASU's iTeachAZ program praised by US Department of Education

The iTeachAZ program at ASU's Teachers College received accolades for giving students a competitive edge in a June 13 article by staff of the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Innovation and Improvement.


ASU faculty spinout company aims to transform reading instruction

Education technology company Learning Ovations has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of an app based on ASU faculty research.


ASU math grad selected for competitive Woodrow Wilson fellowship

ASU math grad Bethany Fowler is among the first 50 Woodrow Wilson New Jersey Teaching Fellows who will earn a master's degree in education as she teaches in a high-need urban high school.


'Inside the Academy' gleans lessons from America's top education scholars

Arizona State University's Audrey Amrein-Beardsley created an innovative interview series called "Inside the Academy" to share the wisdom of America's education luminaries.


ASU researcher leads national effort to transform undergraduate biology education

In an effort to both capture the diversity of biology and condense what is taught, an Arizona State University researcher is leading a grassroots effort to improve biology education throughout the United States.


President Crow part of delegation to bolster US-Mexico education, innovation ties

Arizona State University President Michael Crow was among the officials participating in the official launch of the Bilateral Forum for Higher Education, Innovation and Research, held May 21 in Mexico City.

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