Discover a few of the best books on education that empower teachers to incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and social justice into their curriculum.
From addressing the financial concerns of students in socially conscious ways to designing programs with online students in mind, higher education faculty and administrators are leveraging their years of educational experience by harnessing the resources of the present for the good of the future.
Research conducted in Panama by two Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) professors—Dr. Ana Lado and Dr. Clara Hauth—was published in The Reading Teacher, an academic journal that has been active for over 70 years.
Are you looking to gain the knowledge and skills to become a leader in your own community? Consider 5 elements of our Ed.D. program that students and alumni say drew them to Marymount’s program.
Education has to adapt to meet the needs of modern individuals and communities. From changes in what students are looking for to increased AI usage at colleges and universities, the upcoming trends in higher education are significant.
Through collaboration and communication, professionals in educational leadership work with diverse communities and build partnerships to promote positive outcomes by setting and meeting transformative goals.
For educational leaders who want to form strong connections with students and empower them to make a difference in their professions and communities, understanding social justice frameworks is essential.
In the post-Covid world, everything has changed. Here are five priorities to watch as we enter into the future of education after Covid-19.
We asked Dr. Lisa Turissini about the value of earning an EdD from Marymount. Learn about the program format, coursework, career outcomes, and more.
Graduates with a doctorate of education degree enjoy a wide range of career opportunities and the confidence to promote change across diverse instructional and organizational settings.