School of Education Grants and Projects

link to AAAEL link to Common Core Standards grant link to Digital Learning Collaborative link to STEM grants for NOYCE SCHOLARS and SMTRI

The School of Education is active with the P-14 schools with faculty serving as principal investigators, researchers, professional developers, collaborators and learners. In order to facilitate this, faculty have secured numerous grants to better equip the School of Education to meet the needs of preservice and inservice teachers. For example, a NSF grant providing professional development to Chemistry teachers with an online formative assessment system; the EnACT grant that provides the skills, support and training necessary to ensure that university students with disabilities are provided a high quality education through faculty awareness and universal access training and a grant designed to facilitate mathematics professional development for teacher in rural school districts (particularly those in School Improvement) focused on pedagogy and content to enable effective transition to the new California Common Core Standards -Mathematics.