News & Highlights
The Educational Leadership program at Loyola is invested in preparing future great school leaders to acquire, practice, and apply the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively lead great schools in the 21st Century.
Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education in conjunction with the Baltimore Teach Truth Coalition hosted a rally in Towson, Md. to protest laws that are being proposed and passed in many states to censor teachers from presenting the truth about racism.
A recent graduate of Loyola University Maryland's Master's in Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program shares how her capstone on Critical Race Theory helped her students to recognize the inequities in literature and media and feel empowered to challenge those structures.
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education is offering graduate-level continuing education courses for teachers, educators, and counselors.
David Marcovitz, Ph.D., associate dean and educational technology associate professor, had his research released in a Center for Innovation, Design, and Digital Learning (CIDDL) research brief.
Loyola University Maryland's M.Ed. in Literacy Education co-directors share how they received the International Literacy Association's (ILA) national recognition for their reading specialist program.
Liz McNeilly, Ph.D., a graduate of the Curriculum and Instruction for Social Justice program at Loyola, shares how her experience in the program helped improve her ability to develop curriculum and evaluate instruction.
Hallie Herz, '21, was a winner of the 2021 Maryland Professional Intern Symposium award for her presentation at the Maryland 2021 Professional Development School Network Conference Intern Inquiry Symposium.
Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Ph.D., curriculum and instruction for social justice program director, is the conference chair of the 2021 National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) conference.
Loyola University Maryland's School of Education welcomes Interim Dean, Dr. Afra Hersi, Ph.D.