News Tag: Peurach

Friday, April 08, 2016

Donald J. Peurach receives Outstanding Reviewer Award by EAQ

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Donald J. Peurach was recognized by Educational Administration Quarterly with the 2015-2016 "Outstanding EAQ Reviewer Award." Peurach has served on the editorial board of EAQ since 2011.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching posts blog by Donald J. Peurach

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“Orienting In and Orienting Out: The Political Context of Leading and Managing NICs,” a blog written by Donald J. Peurach, has been posted on the website of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. It is the second in a series that identifies and discusses practical issues that arise in initiating networked improvement communities (NICs).

Friday, January 15, 2016

Post by Donald J. Peurach featured on Grant Foundation website

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On the William T. Grant Foundation website, Donald J. Peurach has contributed a post to the Evidence at the Crossroads blog: “Evidence at the Crossroads Pt.8: Building an Improvement Infrastructure.”

Friday, November 06, 2015

Educational Leadership and Policy program accredited by CAEP

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SOE’s Educational Leadership and Policy master’s program has earned a five-year initial accreditation with no revisions and a unanimous vote from the review panel of the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). According to Maren Oberman, director of the program, “One of the committee members said the program’s inquiry brief was one of the best he had seen."

Friday, December 19, 2014

Donald J. Peurach's research cited in blog on Huffington Post

Tags: expertise, peurach, teacher effectiveness

In a blog on The Huffington Post, “Teachers as Professionals in Evidence-Based Reform,” research by Donald J. Peurach was central to author Robert E. Slavin’s contention that, for teachers' ideas to have a broad impact, "it helps a great deal for the teachers to be part of a national or regional network that speaks a common language and has common standards of practice."

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