Opponents of charter schools, vouchers, and other forms of school choice have utilized the confirmation of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education to denounce educational competition. Citing low performance, segregation, and corruption among schools of choice, her detractors have attacked educational competition. However, the bitter tenor... Read more »
Dr. Gary M. Sasso, who has served as the seventh dean of the College of Education since 2008, has announced that he is retiring from Lehigh University at the conclusion of the 2017-18 academic year.
“Dean Sasso has led the College of Education to significant increases in research prominence, increased engagement with our local community... Read more »
The study examines assumptions in 1 urban district’s regulated choice plan and explores relationships between school performance and housing options of economically disadvantaged families. We use linear regression, analysis of variance (ANOVA), and plot distributions to analyze a uniquely constructed database combining advertised housing... Read more »
The week-long (June 18-23) Special Education Law Symposium for 2017 was the most successful since the start of this series in 1991. We ‘sold out” three weeks prior to the program, saw 175 registrants hailing from 27 states as varied as CA, MN, TX, VT, and WY, and from D.C., Guam and Northern Mariana Islands, enjoyed a blend of 24 Lehigh... Read more »