The new Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain (MIDB) is now open and ready to lead the way in understanding how young brains develop and apply that knowledge during the age periods when the biggest difference can be made.
Educational Equity is a core area of research in CEHD, and the three TRIO programs housed in the college are model examples of how that research is put into practice every day. TRIO grew out of the Higher Education Act of 1965, dedicated to improving underrepresented students’ access to higher education.
Three University departments have partnered in support of underrepresented students
The TETI program gives educators the necessary tools to effectively implement technology in the classroom.
Young scientists program pairs psychology students with middle and high school students to develop a research project
CEHD and Seoul National University of Education mark 10 years of collaboration
Gardner served as dean of the College of Education from 1977 to 1991.
Frank B. Wilderson, Jr. revolutionized special education, diversity, equity and inclusion, and mental health services at the U and across Minnesota.