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Student Retention Efforts Show Great Progress

In 2015, Boise State’s retention number was up to 78 percent.

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Explore Magazine Looks at K-12 Education Research

Stories in this issue of Boise State’s research magazine focus on how the university is helping to improve K-12 education in Idaho and beyond.

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College of Education Accredited Under New, More Rigorous Standards

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The Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation standards were developed in 2013 to unite accreditation across the country.

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Award Winners Announced at Inaugural Process Improvement Symposium

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On Jan. 26, 155 Boise State University staff and faculty representing 40 departments across campus attended the inaugural Process Improvement Symposium. The spirit of the event was celebratory with a keynote address from Gordon Jones, dean of the College of Innovation …

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Teacher Education Workshops Jan. 18, 24, 28

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The Office of Teacher Education is hosting spring 2017 application and interview workshops: 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18 10:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24 11:30-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28 All workshops will be held in the Wallace Conference Room on the …

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Evelyn Johnson

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Evelyn Johnson Research Director, Lee Pesky Learning Center Professor, Early and Special Education College of Education Evelyn Johnson has been named the Lee Pesky Learning Center’s first research director. Johnson previously served as the center’s executive director and with her leadership …

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Diane Boothe

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Diane Boothe Director of P-20 Outreach and Professor Department of Language, Literacy and Culture College of Education Diane Boothe was the keynote speaker at the Information Communication Technology (ICT) for Language Learning on Nov. 17 in Florence, Italy. The title …

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Barbara Morgan Receives First Idaho Medal of Achievement

During her years at Boise State, she provided vision and leadership to K-12 STEM teachers throughout Idaho and acted as a mentor to science and engineering students across the university.

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Yu-Chang Hsu

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Yu-Chang Hsu Associate Professor Department of Educational Technology College of Education Yu-Chang Hsu, associate professor, Sheri Conklin, doctoral student in Educational Technology, and Judy Kinney, assistant professor at University of North Carolina Greensboro, published an article titled “Using importance-performance analysis …

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Michele Carney, Jonathan Brendefur and Angela Crawford

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Michele Carney, Jonathan Brendefur and Angela Crawford College of Education Michele Carney, Jonathan Brendefur and Angela Crawford recently published an article titled “Influence of proportional number relationships on item accessibility and students’ strategies” in the Mathematics Education Research Journal, 28(4), 503-522. The …

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Diane Boothe

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Diane Boothe Director of P-20 Outreach and Professor Department of Literacy, Language and Culture College of Education Diane Boothe was selected by the Fulbright Association Board of Directors to present at the Cuba Fulbright Symposium in February.  The topic of her …

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Evelyn Johnson

Studio portrait of Evelyn Johnson.

Evelyn Johnson Professor Department of Early and Special Education College of Education Evelyn Johnson, professor of Special Education and executive director of the Lee Pesky Learning Center, recently was featured in a podcast titled “The Academic Minute.” The show, produced …

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