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Antonia Darder Earns Prestigious Scholars of Color Award from American Educational Research Association

Antonia Darder, the Leavey Presidential Chair of Ethics and Moral Leadership in the LMU School of Education, has received the Scholars of Color Distinguished Career Contribution Award from the American Educational Research Association. Darder was honored, along with other 2017 Excellence in Education Research Award winners, at AERA’s annual meeting on April 29th in San […]

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LMU School of Education Names Antonio Felix as Director of PLACE Corps

Loyola Marymount University School of Education today named Antonio Felix, M.A. ’07 ’10, as Director of PLACE Corps (Partners in Los Angeles Catholic Education), a nationally recognized Catholic teacher service corps, housed within LMU’s Center for Catholic Education. Felix will oversee the program’s mission to serve under-resourced schools in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Diocese […]

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LMU School of Education and Queen’s University Belfast Partner in Teacher Exchange

What can educators at Catholic and Protestant schools in Northern Ireland learn from their counterparts 5,000 miles away at traditional public schools and public charter schools around Los Angeles – and vice versa? Those answers will be gleaned from a collaboration between Loyola Marymount University’s School of Education and Queen’s University Belfast – an international […]

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LMU School of Education Awarded $200,000 Grant to Pursue New STEM-Based Kindergarten Curriculum

Loyola Marymount University’s School of Education has received a $200,000 grant to develop a new STEM-based kindergarten curriculum in partnership with the California Science Center and Auburn University. The national education network 100Kin10, which is dedicated to training and retaining 100,000 teachers over 10 years in science, technology, engineering and math, selected LMU and its partners […]

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Watch Dean Shane P. Martin’s 2016 Convocation Address

On Monday, November 14, 2016, Shane P. Martin, dean and professor of the LMU School of Education, delivered his annual convocation address, Education in the time of cholera*: Is there a future for our democratic society? *With apologies to Gabriel García Márquez. The address focused on examining the heightened rhetoric and contentiousness in our national discourse, as […]

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