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Education
Johns Hopkins, national partners tackle academic success and well-being for students
Published July 5, 2022
National Partnership for Student Success, with U.S. Department of Education and AmeriCorps, will help students recover from impact of COVID-19 pandemic
Gun violence
Experts: Repealing concealed carry restrictions will lead to more gun violence
Published June 28, 2022
During a media briefing Friday, experts from the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions discussed the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to remove concealed carry restrictions in New York
Voices
How do we stop gun violence in America?
Published May 27, 2022
Hopkins experts suggest steps the U.S. can take to address the epidemic of mass shootings in the U.S.
Neglected schools, suffering students
Published April 29, 2022
Researchers unveil study findings that highlight the experiences of Baltimore City Public School students and the deteriorating conditions of school buildings during symposium
Chris Morphew appointed to new term as Education dean
Published Jan 31, 2022
Since joining the university in 2017, he has fostered cross-divisional partnerships, enhanced supports for the school's students and employees, and strengthened community ties
COVID-19
Should omicron close schools?
Published Jan 12, 2022
Experts from across Johns Hopkins weigh in on best practices for students, teachers, and families
Community
East Baltimore Historical Library opens its doors
Published Dec 2, 2021
The space, developed with support from Johns Hopkins and located in three row homes attached to Henderson-Hopkins School, aims to preserve and celebrate the history of East Baltimore
Education
25 years of school and family connections
Published Nov 16, 2021
The Johns Hopkins-based National Network of Partnership Schools has helped more than 5,000 schools plan, implement, and continually improve family and community involvement, says its director, Joyce Epstein
'U.S. News' ranks Henderson-Hopkins among city's top schools
Published Oct 22, 2021
Operated by Johns Hopkins in Eager Park, Henderson-Hopkins ranks No. 7 and No. 14 on the elementary and middle school lists, respectively
Education
Heading off Head Start educator burnout
Published Oct 21, 2021
School of Education's Lieny Jeon will co-lead a five-year, $2.1M study of well-being interventions to combat stress and build resilience in educators serving low-income communities