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August 16, 2017 –

Students with disabilities are less likely than their peers to graduate from high school, and they’re less likely to get good jobs. But there’s hope: Good transition planning, better prepared teachers, more learning experiences for students outside the classroom, and better engagement with families are proven to help these at-risk…

June 27, 2017 –

Associate Professor of Education Dr. Darrell Hucks has been awarded the 2017 Faculty Distinction in Research and Scholarship for his continuing contributions to the field of teacher education. This award recognizes contributions to research and scholarship at Keene State College.

Dr. Hucks’s research and scholarship have always included a focus…

June 1, 2017 –

Seventy-eight years young, Pete Stephens ’67 has a Peter Pan-like attitude when it comes to work and helping students in his adopted hometown of Fitchburg, Massachusetts. “I’m never going to grow up. I like staying active,” said Stephens.

Stephens refuses to stand still. In a career that spans decades, not…

May 30, 2017 –

The thousands of alumni and friends out there who have attended the Children’s Literature Festival over the past nearly 40 years may be wondering what will happen to the popular event since its founder, Professor of Education David White , retired this year.

And not only has Dr. White been…

May 3, 2017 –

The winner of this year’s Robin Dizard American Studies Award, given to a junior or senior American studies major with a grade point average of 3.5 or more, found American studies to be the perfect match for her other major, elementary education.

“There’s a great overlap with education,” says Adriana…

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