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What Parents Need to Know About Testing for Dyslexia in Schools

November 4, 2021

Dr. Raymond Witte, dean of the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses common signs of dyslexia.

What Parents Need to Know About Learning Disability Tests

October 29, 2021

Dr. Raymond, Witte, dean of the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses home testing for learning disabilities.

UToledo to Host Dialogue on Diversity to Discuss Critical Race Theory

October 26, 2021

Titled “Critical Race Theory, Explained,” the virtual event will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday on Webex. The discussion will explore critical race theory as an academic theory to explain practices that disadvantage some while rewarding others.

Overcoming Divisiveness Means Teaching About Divisive ideas

October 25, 2021

In an op-ed, Dr. Lynne Hamer, professor of social and philosophical foundations in the Judith Herb College of Education, discusses the importance of conversations about teaching.

Latina UToledo Student Breaking Barriers

October 14, 2021

Jannet Frias, a senior majoring in special education, talks about her experience as the first woman in her family to go to college, and Aleiah Jones, interim director of the Office of Multicultural Student Success, discusses Frias’ leadership on campus.

12 Rockets Named MAC Distinguished Scholar Athletes

September 23, 2021

The Distinguished Scholar Athlete honor is given to student-athletes who made an All-MAC team, the Academic All-MAC team and maintained a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.5.

UToledo Research Funding Increases 18% in One Year, 70% in Five Years

September 23, 2021

The University’s research enterprise continues to surge as research dollars for the 2021 fiscal year total more than $65 million, with federal research grants alone jumping 20.9% in one year.

Championing Inclusion

September 14, 2021

Diversity is a core value at The University of Toledo and our faculty support our commitment to equity and inclusion through their work to explore bias in their disciplines, expose systemic injustices and advance more inclusive practices. Learn more at utoledo.edu/features.

20 Years Later: How Do We Teach 9/11?

September 9, 2021

Dr. Michael Stauch, assistant professor of history, discusses terrorism and political violence, and Dr. Colleen Fitzpatrick, assistant professor of social studies education, discusses how to teach 9/11 as a historical event.

Study Shows Motivation is Key for Teachers to Overcome Racial Bias in Classroom

September 9, 2021

Dr. Revathy Kumar's research focuses on college students training to become K-12 teachers and emphasizes the need to recruit and enroll more diverse students in teacher education programs.

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