Kevin, a bright, enthusiastic second-grader, has tremendous difficulties in school. He can’t seem to pay attention to his teacher’s instruction, gets distracted easily by activities around him, has trouble staying still in his seat, and often bothers his classmates by talking to them during work time or calling out without permission.
Educators of all stripes help students prepare for the challenges of life and learning—a good educator doesn’t just make lessons, manage classrooms, and give grades; a good educator engages and shapes curiosity, mentors young people, and helps individuals reach their fullest potential. Whether you work in a private or public school, if you’ve... Read more »
Congratulations to School Pscyhology alumnae Jessica Hoffman, '97, 01G, who is the Northeastern's 2017 Bouvé - Kenerson faculty scholar award winner.
This award is presented to a faculty member who has shown a commitment to improving the health of people in the urban community through interdisciplinary research and teaching activities. ... Read more »
Dr. Perry Zirkel Weighs in - "So until the city has the capacity to meet these varying needs — and until the federal government fulfills its funding obligation — how can a more diverse spectrum of students have access to private school reimbursement? Professor Zirkel says closing the inequality gap requires more educational and legal services... Read more »
Congratulations to Dr. Perry Zirkel on winning the Steven S. Goldberg Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Education Law. This award is presented annually in recognition of an outstanding scholarly legal writing in the field of education law. It is a work of scholarly excellence that has had an impact on education law. Well done, as always,... Read more »