UF’s CEEDAR Center secures additional $17.5 million for nationwide effort

With a decade of marked success, this UF-led effort has received an additional $17.5 million to support technical assistance efforts through 2027. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs has already invested $46.5 million in the CEEDAR Center to improve teaching and school leadership for students with disabilities in states across the nation.
November 4, 2022/by kevincoulson

UF researcher earns inaugural Egon G. Guba Award for Outstanding Contributions to Qualitative Research

Kakali Bhattacharya, professor of research evaluation and methodologies, has received the inaugural Egon G. Guba Award for Outstanding Contributions to Qualitative Research from the American Educational Research Association’s Qualitative Research Special Interest Group.
April 14, 2022/by kevincoulson
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UF College of Education Demonstrates Consistent Leadership in U.S. News Rankings

The College of Education at the University of Florida ranks No. 14 among public education colleges, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report annual survey of America’s Best Graduate Education Schools.
March 29, 2022/by kaylasharp
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Taryrn Brown awarded 2021 COE Teacher of the Year

Undergraduate Teacher of the Year is awarded to faculty who excel in the classroom. Brown feels that despite the transition to emergency remote learning in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, she was able to cultivate connections with her students and foster a transformative academic experience.
April 23, 2021/by macaylabricarell
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Mary Brownell named UF Distinguished Professor

Mary Brownell, professor of Special Education and director of the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform (CEEDAR) Center, was named a University of Florida Distinguished Professor.
August 5, 2020/by katelynvogt
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Novelist’s continued support helps scale up UF literacy initiatives

After a successful first phase, the next chapter of the James Patterson Literacy Challenge is ready to be written.
December 12, 2019/by kaylasharp