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Summer at the School of Education

Dignity for All Students (DASA) WorkshopsThis course will consist of two parts, part 1 which is a 3 hour in person component and part 2 which is a 3 hour online module. Students will complete the in-person component first and will follow up with the 3 hours of online work via blackboard. This course does meet the 6 hour NYS and NYC requirements. Sessions will be held on:  July 11, 12:00-3:00, July 22, 5:30-8:30. Current students register through Schedule Explorer.  Continuing education students can register here.


WIRED: Write, Inquire, Read, Explore, Develop. Success strategies for students heading to college. Sessions from August 4 to August 15, 2015. Click for more information!


Raising Bilingual and Multilingual Children and Adolescents. Workshop for parents providing individualized family strategies for bilingual and multilingual childrearing. Saturday sessions from May 30, 2015-June 20, 2015. Click for more information!


Quantitative Text Analysis and Data Visualization for Teachers and Students. Learn how to use quantitative techniques in the social sciences and humanities. Monday, July 6, 2015-Saturday, August 15, 2015  Click to register!


Online Courses in Early Childhood Education. Learn innovative classroom strategies online! Click for more information!


Online Courses in Bilingual Education. Learn exciting strategies for bringing ESL into your classroom online! Click for more information!


Summer Programs at the Delany Center for Educational Enrichment. July 6-30, 2015. Summer camp for students Kindergarten through High School. Click to learn more!


It is with great sadness that the School of Education announces the passing of Professor Ainsley Adams. Services for Ainsley Adams will be held on Monday, August 3, 2015 at 10AM: Holy Name of Mary Church, 110 Grand Street, Croton-on-Hudson, NY

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Sr. St. John Delany Receives a Rotary Club Award

Congratulations to Sr. St. John Delany, who was awarded by the Rotary Club of White Plains with the Ethics and Community Service Award on June 9th, 2015.


Congratulations, Class of 2015!

Trustee Award winner, Charles Link, is pictured here next to Acting Dean Wang, William Link and President Friedman. Charles stated in his speech at the Award's dinner, "Commencement is not a final goodbye, but the end of a chapter, leading me through the book of life. Until I am brought back, I will pay forward what Pace University has given me, Opportunitas." Best of luck to all of the graduates.


Meet the Dean

In this Q&A with the new Acting Dean for the School of Education, Xiao-lei Wang, PhD, shares her hopes for the future of the school and her wishes for continued success.

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Pace Honored with SEPTA Award

Pace School of Education was honored with the Community Partner of the Year award from the Pleasantville Special Education Parent Teacher Association (SEPTA).

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Talking to Babies in the Womb Aids Language Development

A new study shows that an expectant mother's voice has a positive effect on the hearing, language development of her baby. Fran Falk-Ross, Professor and Literacy Coordinator at Pace SOE, weighs in on the subject.

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Childhood Education Teaching Fellow Jennifer Czirr ’15 is boxing her way to the Barclays Center for the Golden Gloves Finals on April 2, and she’s sharing the values of sportsmanship with her students along the way. 

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Dante Plush stands out—and up—to combine his love of history with his background and experience as a comedian to create a unique vision for the kind of educator he wants to become.