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Gift Supports STEM Teaching in Idaho

A $174,000 gift to the Boise State University Foundation will be used to prepare public school teachers to advance the teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in Idaho.

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Bilingual Ed Opens Summer Institute with Noted International Writer and Performer Carmen Tafolla

The Department of Bilingual Education will open its July 26-29 summer institute on multicultural issues in education with a presentation by noted international writer and performer Carmen Tafolla.

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Education Students Blaze a Trail in NASA Institute for Pre-Service Teachers

Motivating STEM education and success is part of NASA’s mission, and it manifests in programs such as the Pre-Service Teacher Institute (PSTI).

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Study Tour to China Focuses on Economic Education

Thirty Idaho students, teachers and professors will be in China June 10-20 for an economic study tour. The trip also will deepen the economic and educational ties between China, Idaho and Boise State.

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College of Education Exceeds Rigorous Professional Standards

The College of Education received high marks from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) during its recent reaccreditation process.

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$210,000 Grant to Aid STEM Education in Idaho

The grant will support two expense-paid science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workshops for Idaho teachers.

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Steiner to Present $50,000 in New Books to Local Schools

Students at five Boise area elementary schools will receive the books on April 30 as part of the Children’s Choices list.

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New EdTech Course Puts Classroom in Your Pocket

A groundbreaking course in the Department of Educational Technology will show educators how they can create and deliver courses using smartphones.

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Innovators. Educators. Leaders.

The way Americans live, work, and learn is changing rapidly. At Boise State’s College of Education you will discover faculty and students working hard to be the innovators, educators, and leaders in service of diverse communities. Watch this short video to learn more about the College of Education.

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Paralympic Medalist Muffy Davis to Speak April 26

Muffy Davis, a four-time medalist in Paralympic skiing, will present her inspirational life story at 6 p.m. April 26 in the Jordan Ballroom.

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College Assistance Migrant Program awarded $3,000

The State Farm Education Excellence grant funds programs that mentor and support first-year students.

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College of Education Celebrates Excellence in Education

The College of Education hosts more than 200 of its alumni, donors and faculty April 14 for an invitation-only evening of “Celebrating Excellence in Education.”

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