Tagged: Hardin Coleman

SED Dean Reacts to Midterm Election Results

SED Dean on Cohasset Teacher Resignation

SED Dean on MA School Lay Offs

Joan Salge Blake and Hardin Coleman talk about health & nutrition education and healthy school lunches

Registered Dietitian and Sargent Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake and School of Education Dean Hardin Coleman joined us this morning on UStream for a live chat about the importance of healthy school lunches. They also talked about the importance of health and nutrition education. You can view the full chat below:

US Secretary of Education’s Year 2

United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is currently completing his first year in office.  Dean of SED Hardin Coleman offers his thoughts on what Duncan should focus on during his second year:

SED sends TFA steady stream of grads

SED was recently ranked in the top twenty large universities for the amount of graduates it provided to the 2010 Teach for America (TFA) corps. Out of the 4,500 new corps members in 2010, 35 of them came from Boston University.  Director of Educational Initiatives at SED Amy Slate said, “We have found our partnership […]

The Psychology of Coaching Teams Conference

The Institute for Athletic Coach Education (IACE) in the School of Education is hosting a 1-day conference for coaches, directors, and and leaders of youth sport at the Agganis Arena from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM today. Attendees will enjoy a rare opportunity to learn from exceptional sports practitioners who address issues relevant to coaches, […]

Healthcare? What about education?

Hear School of Education Dean Hardin Coleman’s thoughts on the Healthcare Bill: He can be reached at 617-353-3213 or Hardin@bu.edu.

Challenges and Opportunities Discussion

Today at 3:30 PM the School of Education (SED) is hosting a mini-conference entitled “Challenges and Opportunities” in the lobby of Two Silber Way.  Remarks will be made by SED Dean Hardin Coleman and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Deputy Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Accountability, Partnerships and Assistance Karla Brooks Baehr, EdD.

MA Drop Out Rates

The Massachusetts Graduation and Dropout Prevention and Recovery Commission met last week and determined that there is cause for the commission to recommend upping the mandatory school attendance age from 16 to 18.  Boston University School of Education Dean Hardin Coleman extensively studied high school truancy and is available to for comment on this, and […]