The faculty at the School of Education are committed to bridging research and practice for the benefit of schools and learners. They do their work in a collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment that favors innovation and cooperation with all segments of education.
A $3.5 million grant to Emily Solari, assistant professor of education, will bring reading instruction to 100 first-grade classrooms in Sacramento, Yolo and other counties in the region as well as in Houston, Texas, by next fall.
Member of the Technical Advisory Committee of the SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium, made up of 30 states working collaboratively toward the goals of preparing all students for college and careers by creating a comprehensive assessment system for Math and English Language Arts (2010-11)
California Educational Research Association: Lifetime Achievement Award, December (2008)
American Educational Research Professional Service Award: Outstanding Contribution Relating Research to Practice (2003)
Dr. Erin Hashimoto-Martell
K-8 Science Content Specialist, Boston Public Schools
Seminar Title:The Intersection of Science, the Environment, and Urban Education
Seminar Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm
Location: 174 SOEB