Prospective graduate students wanting to lead diverse learners will benefit from Aurora University’s revised Doctor of Education in Leadership in Educational Administration program.
Sarah Radtke, assistant professor in the School of Education and Human Performance, was presented with the Marcus and Mark H. Trumbo Award for Excellence in Teaching during the 2017 undergraduate commencement ceremony. The award is Aurora University’s most prestigious faculty honor.
Seventh-grade students at the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School at Aurora University last week took a “field trip” to explore shipwrecks at the bottom of Wisconsin’s Geneva Lake – all without leaving their classroom or even getting wet.
Advance Illinois, an independent advocacy group for public education, released its fifth biennial report on the state’s public education system last November, stating that low-income students lag far behind academically than their wealthier peers in K-12 schools and are less likely to complete a postsecondary degree.
There’s a great deal of learning going on at the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School at Aurora University — and it’s not confined to the third- through eighth-graders who attend classes there.