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.
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.
Brandy Naleski, who is graduating this May from ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, was inspired to get her master’s degree in applied behavior analysis as a result of her experiences with her autistic son.
An article published on April 24 by April Brown of PBS NewsHour addresses the topic of teaching cursive handwriting in America’s elementary schools. ASU education professor Steve Graham is quoted in the article for his stance on the issue.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recently discussed how Arizona State University's nationally recognized teacher preparation programs are helping to recruit, prepare, develop and support great educators for America's classrooms.