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The UC Davis School of Education is transforming education through preparation of the best education leaders, researchers, and teachers in the country. We are committed to eliminating inequities in schooling and creating learning opportunities for diverse learners using the power of knowledge and the promise of education.

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FEBRUARY 2019 NEWSLETTER

Maisha T. Winn and Torry Winn Receive Chancellor’s Achievement Award for Diversity and Community, School of Education Supporters Receive High Honors from Cal Aggie Alumni Association, and more news from the School of Education

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Maisha T. Winn and Lawrence (Torry) Winn Receive Chancellor’s Achievement Award for Diversity and Community

Dr. Maisha T. Winn, UC Davis Chancellor’s Leadership Professor and Faculty Director of the School of Education’s Transformative Justice in Education Center (TJE), and Dr. Lawrence (Torry) Winn, TJE Executive Director, have been honored with the Chancellor’s Achievement Award for Diversity and Community for 2018-2019 in the Special Recognition Category.

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January 2019 Newsletter

Erin Entrada Kelly

College Opportunity Programs move to School of Education, Words Take Wing welcomes Newbery-winning author Erin Entrada Kelly and more news from the School of Education

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December 2018 Newsletter

Center for Shakespeare in Diverse Classrooms

School of Education Shakespeare partnership has a new name and expanded mission, new report from UC Davis and CDE provides crucial foundation for college and career readiness research, and more news from the School of Education

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New report from UC Davis and California Department of Education provides crucial foundation for college and career readiness research

As our global community continues to shift the labor market and rapidly redefine what is needed for a successful career, a college degree seems more important than ever before. High school students across the nation are well aware of this, and enrollment in postsecondary institutions continues to rise. According to newly published data, 63 percent of California’s high school graduates are enrolling in college, and in some California counties that statistic jumps as high as 75 percent.

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