In this book we considered new territory for educational leadership by looking to music for lessons and inspiration that may inform the next generation of schools leaders. Each chapter focuses on an artist or group whose work serves to refine, extend, and challenge our thinking in regards to educational leadership. You will find a vast array of... Read more »
Dr. Arpana Inman, Professor and Chair of the Department of Education and Human Services at Lehigh University, was awarded with the Distinguished Contributions to the Science and Practice of Psychology by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association.
She is set to be the President of Division 17 (... Read more »
Last week at Colgate University in central New York, reports of a black male carrying a gun — which in reality was a Colgate student carrying a glue gun for a school project — prompted school officials to put the campus on lockdown. In a message to the university, President Brian W. Casey wrote: "It is important that we understand the role that... Read more »
Many preschool children learn language incidentally—that is, children learn vocabulary, grammar and social patterns of language through listening to parents, siblings and teachers who talk around them.
Not so for children with language impairments. They struggle to learn new words, make conversation or be understood.
"We know that... Read more »