Join the College of Education to celebrate PLAY DAY, the grand opening of the Teacher Education Play Lab, an interactive, hands-on classroom specially designed to prepare aspiring teachers in the theory, science, and application of play. Stop by Roskens Hall on Oct. 27. to enjoy a fun activity or join us for an afternoon reception.
Formerly known as CTLLE, the Topics in Education Symposium (TIES) is an annual event designed to spark innovation while inviting conversation among University faculty and PreK-12 educators and administrators about current educational topics. This year's topic of focus is Assessment.
Public education stakeholders are invited to a free panel discussion featuring policy makers and education influencers. Participants will learn more about policy and advocacy on a city and state level, and help develop an action plan to strengthen public education in Nebraska.
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