August 2019 – COE News

    Anita Zucker recognized for commitment education

    CASE recently named Zucker the 2019 James L. Fisher Award for Distinguished Service to Education recipient, honoring her steadfast commitment to advancing education and making a significant impact on the field nationally or internationally.

    Higher Education professor awarded co-funded grant

    Justin Ortagus, director of the Institute of Higher Education and assistant professor of higher education & policy, recently received $373,590 in co-funding to analyze how variations in performance-based funding policies impact outcomes for underserved students and under-resourced institutions.

    A Scientist in Every Classroom

    “It’s not feasible to physically put a scientist in every classroom, but we can do the next best thing,” says Pasha Antonenko, associate professor of educational technology.

    A to Z’s of Early Childhood

    A trusted source for tips and resources informed by the science of early childhood development and learning.

    New Textbooks By Faculty

    Four faculty members within the UF College of Education have recently published textbooks. Three of the faculty members focused their publications on bilingual students and the variety of needs that they have within schools, one addresses school finance.