The Indiana Department of Education has reported a decline in the number of teacher licenses issued over the past few years.
As the Indiana Department of Education investigates teacher recruitment and retention, educators and college students talk about why they stuck with the profession – or switched career paths.
Suzanne Ehst, associate professor and director of secondary education at Goshen College, weighs in on Indiana’s teacher shortage on WNIT’s “Politically Speaking.”
Mary Yoder Holsopple ’76, bullying prevention coordinator for Elkhart Community Schools, holds up the books she co-authored, called “More Class Meetings That Matter: Respecting People with Disabilities.”
Kathy Short ’75, professor of language, reading and culture at the University of Arizona and director of Worlds of Words (WOW), is the recipient of the 2015 Goshen College Culture for Service Award.
David Maugel ’92 was selected as one of 11 principals to serve as a statewide mentor for the Indiana Principal Leadership Institute.
This summer, 18 Goshen College students are participating in the Maple Scholars Summer Research Program.
Anita Stalter, academic dean at Goshen College since 2001, is retiring after 28 years at GC. Prior to becoming dean, Stalter spent 14 years as a professor in the education department and director of teacher education at the college.
Mary Short ’03 and Suzanne Miller ’11, of Goshen’s Parkside Elementary School, make science fun.
Senate Bill 470 would allow private schools accepting state vouchers to administer an alternative exam to the ISTEP+, but Bethany Christian Schools is petitioning state lawmakers to expand the exemption to all schools equally.