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On a post-graduation trip to the Philippines in 2006, Leah Villanueva looked out across the South China Sea as the sun set and was struck by an overwhelming calling to be a teacher. Villanueva, who identifies as “Filipina-Canadian-American,” had just [...]
It may seem like an unlikely partnership, but UF's College of Education and UF's six health colleges have a longstanding relationship that is helping improve health education . . . and health care.
The University of Florida’s College of Education will receive $25 million over the next five years to address a concern that has plagued American schools for more than two decades—inadequate teaching of children with disabilities. The U.S. Department of Education’s [...]