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TCU to Host Inaugural Maestro Conference, Empowering Latinx Educators

Posted on May. 16, 2024, by Dom McShan

TCU’s College of Education is set to host the inaugural Maestro Conference on Saturday, May 18, at 8 a.m. at the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center. The event aims to support and develop Latinx male educators through an action-packed day comprised of dynamic speakers, professional development sessions, networking and community-building opportunities.

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Horses & Healing: Education Course Explores Mental Health, Community and Advocacy

Posted on Apr. 29, 2024, by Dom McShan

TCU education course transcends academic boundaries by propelling students into the core of societal issues and community-driven solutions. Utilizing field visits and guest lectures, the course immerses students in the real-world challenges prevalent in diverse communities surrounding Fort Worth, Texas.

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Celebrating Discovery at Research & Pedagogy Festival

Posted on Apr. 24, 2024, by Dom McShan

Undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students gather to showcase their innovative inquiry through 59 poster presentation at the annual Research & Pedagogy Festival (RPF).

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TCU College of Education Champions Innovative Research at National Education Conference

Posted on Apr. 10, 2024, by Dom McShan

TCU College of Education faculty and graduate students set to highlight research across 18 conference sessions at the 2024 American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.

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Featured / COE News

#EmpowerHer: TCU Celebrates Women's History Month with Women's Economic Symposium

Posted on Apr. 03, 2024, by Dom McShan

Women's Economic Symposium empowers and educate attendees about career development, marketplace acumen and economic independence.

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Featured / COE News

TCU College of Education Hosts Scripps Regional Spelling Bee, Winner Advances to National Competition

Posted on Mar. 05, 2024, by Dom McShan

TCU College of Education hosts Scripps Regional Spelling Bee, highlighting the skills of 25 young spellers from second through eighth grades.

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Grant to Assist COE in Outreach Programs

Posted on Feb. 07, 2024

The TCU College of Education, currently gearing up to celebrate its 100th anniversary, received a $200,000 grant from the Fort Worth Education Partnership to support recruitment for the Maestro program and to conduct a program evaluation of the Assistant Principal Leadership Academy.

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COE News / Faculty

Cynthia Savage to Oversee Teacher Education and Assessment as Associate Dean

Posted on Aug. 10, 2023, by Teresa Burnett

Professor Cynthia Savage’s role as associate dean of undergraduate studies has recently expanded. She now serves as the associate dean of teacher education, assessment and undergraduate studies in the College of Education at TCU.

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COE News / Students

Educational Leadership Students Join Prestigious National Network of Scholars

Posted on Aug. 04, 2023, by Teresa Burnett

Two doctoral students in educational leadership, Cara Jones and Ebony Love, were accepted into the prestigious Barbara Jackson Scholars Network, part of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).

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