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MS Literacy Education



Oge Mora, Eric Rohmann, & Candace Fleming Surprise Education Students

Zoom Visit from Eric Rohmann & Candace Fleming Shenandoah University’s School of Education class RDG 523 (Foundations of Literacy) – taught by Chair of the Department of Education Studies, Director of the Children’s Literature Program, and Professor of Curriculum and Instruction Karen Huff, Ed.D. and Mary Tedrow ’99, M.Ed., NBCT – was surprised by a Zoom […]

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Education Students Are Making a Difference

Students in Shenandoah University School of Education and Leadership (SOEL) undergraduate and graduate programs are using their expertise and Shenandoah training to improve the distance learning experience for children and families. Teachers in Shenandoah Graduate Program Compile Reading Resources for Families Shenandoah Valley Writing Project Mary K. Tedrow ’99, M.Ed., NBCT, who teaches for SOEL, […]

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Reaching New Standards in Education

After passing a rigorous peer review this spring, Shenandoah University joins 41 other higher-education institutions in earning accreditation for its teacher preparation programs. The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) announced in late May that 42 providers from 23 states and the District of Columbia earned accreditation this spring, bringing the total of […]

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