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UF hosting leadership summit for Florida educators June 13-16

School's out for the summer, but some teachers and administrators from school districts around the state will stay sharp and learn new instructional leadership practices for the fall by attending an intensive professional development program June 13-16 at the University of Florida.


UF Higher Ed. scholar named fellow to office charged with improving U.S. public service

Assistant Professor Dennis Kramer will spend the upcoming academic year in Washington, D.C., as a fellow for the Office of Evaluation Sciences conducting research on education topics, such as federal student aid.


Hundreds Gather at UF’s International Conference on ‘Teacher Leaders’

More than 350 scholars and practitioners explored the crucial role a new generation of “teacher leaders” can have in improving education at the UF College of Education's first international conference on teacher leadership.


COE repeats No. 1 ranking in US for online graduate degrees

U.S. News and World Report rated the distance education program at the University of Florida College of Education as America’s best online graduate education degree program for the second consecutive year.


The making of America’s best online graduate education program

By JASON ARNOLD Director of E-learning, Technology & Creative Services (ETC) UF College of Education The UF College of Education has always strived to offer the most innovative and student-centered online graduate degree programs in the country. If we’re not […]


Learning Gains from our Brains

Faculty scholars are merging neuroscience and education research to personalize multimedia and online learning UF education technology researcher Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko has never been afraid to take risks and go against convention. His pioneering spirit emerged in the 1990s in […]


Athletes have coaches, why not teachers?

UF scholars are recommending just that: all teachers should have a skilled coach as a way to improve the nation’s educational system.


‘Global classrooms create worldly connections for future teachers

University of Florida education students are using technology to connect with educators and classrooms worldwide to learn about other cultures and education systems first-hand thanks to a new Global Classroom Initiative (GCI) developed by UF researchers. Swapna Kumar, a clinical […]