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education

Education
Report urges shift in gifted education
Published Aug 9, 2019
Using local norms instead of national standards to identify academically gifted students will reduce racial, socioeconomic disparities, researchers say
Education policy
Informed insights for struggling schools
Published July 11, 2019
Founded in 2015, the Institute for Education Policy at the School of Education has earned a reputation for unbiased, pragmatic research
Video
Teacher's fĂȘte
Published May 29, 2019
D.C. elementary school teacher Aaron Cardwell gets a hero's welcome from his third-grade students after JHU School of Education graduation ceremony
Education
Center will help schools address health, safety challenges
Published May 6, 2019
Center for Safe and Healthy Schools, led by the School of Education, brings together experts from across the university to develop holistic approaches to school health and safety
Center for Talented Youth
CTY launches new, free summer program for Baltimore students with high potential
Published May 1, 2019
A state grant will fund two new programs at elementary schools in West and Southeast Baltimore
Arts integration
The power of positive art
Published April 1, 2019
Third annual showcase celebrates arts integration partnership between Johns Hopkins and Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School
Education
Support for stressed-out teachers
Published Spring 2019
Danna Thomas, founder of Happy Teacher Revolution, believes that fortifying teachers' emotional and mental well-being can help support kids / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Education
Singing for science
Published March 6, 2019
School of Education study suggests that incorporating arts into the classroom can help students retain more of what they learn
Sociology
Dangerous school commutes linked to absenteeism
Published Feb 13, 2019
Students whose routes to school pass through areas with high rates of violent crime are shown to have increased absenteeism and lower test scores, graduation rates
Population health
In Afghanistan, positive shifts in social attitudes
Published Dec 19, 2018
Since the fall of the Taliban in 2002, parents and children report higher expectations of attaining education and delaying marriage