UCAPP alumnus, Jamahl Hines was named assistant principal of the year by the Connecticut Association according to we-ha.com.
Seventh annual Change Project Day features the work of 2021 UCAPP grads in Neag School of Education article.
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EDLR-affiliated superintendents, Leslie Torres-Rodriguez and Michael Conner are featured in the Time article on education during COVID-19.
“More than 60 Neag School alums, students, faculty, and administrators, along with education professionals from across Connecticut, gathered last month for an evening of networking, followed by a panel discussion at the Darien Community Association in Darien, Conn.” Read the full Neag story.
Current UCAPP student, Carly Paine has created a project to build her school’s capacity by leveraging the parent community based on their knowledge, experiences and skills, in support of the school’s curricular goals.
Keep up the great work, Carly!
EDLR’s UCAPP Program has served as a collaborative model to an Instructional Leadership Training Program in the Middle East with a focus on providing high-quality, school-level leadership as a leading factor towards healthy school environments, as covered by the Neag School of Education.
UConn Today covers the latest changes to the UCAPP Program during their grant-funded redesign.