USD School of Education Graduate Programs Rank Highest in Dakotas
First Cohort of Teacher Pathway Students Graduate From USD
The University of South Dakota School of Education is celebrating the graduation of the first cohort of Sioux Falls Teacher Pathway high school students.
Archery Takes Alumnus Robby Weissinger from USD to a National Championship
University of South Dakota alumnus and highly successful archer Robby Weissinger '20 recently represented the USA Archery team at the USA Archery Indoor National Finals competition in Louisville, Kentucky – a dream that became reality as a result of Weissinger's dedication to and perseverance in the sport as well as his earlier experiences at USD.
Teacher Residency Policy Change Allows Education Students to Return to Home Communities
To combat the state’s teacher shortage, the University of South Dakota School of Education updated their Division of Teacher Residency & Education (TRE) placement policy in the fall of 2022 to allow education students to complete their residency in their hometown.
Online Seminar Encourages Rural Students to Become Educators
As the teacher shortage continues to take its toll on educators and schools across the state, the University of South Dakota School of Education continues to push initiatives that offer solutions.
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Longtime South Dakota Teacher and USD Alumna Gives Insight to State of Education
2021 Sioux Falls School District Teacher of the Year Ann Robertson '92, M.A., '12, Ed.D., has lifelong ties to the University of South Dakota. Robertson credits her time at the university for opening doors to meaningful conversations and providing her with insight that she has carried with her throughout her career as an educator in the Sioux Falls School District.
USD School of Education Ranked No. 58 for Online Master's Programs by U.S. News & World Report
The University of South Dakota School of Education was ranked No. 58 in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Online Master’s in Education Programs” list.
School of Education Alumna Receives Prestigious Educator Award
University of South Dakota School of Education alumna Abby Turbak ’10, ’11 recently received a 2022-23 Milken Educator Award. Hailed as the "Oscars of Teaching," Milken Educator Awards inspire and uplift with the unique stories of educators making a profound difference for students, colleagues and communities.
School of Education Student Accepted to Prestigious Warren Fellowship for Future TeachersSummary: Olivia Hrouda, a junior majoring in secondary education and minoring in psychology at the University of South Dakota’s School of Education, was recently accepted to this year’s Warren Fellowship for future teachers, hosted by the Holocaust Museum Houston, from May 21-26.
Fourth-Generation Coyote Continues Family's LegacySummary: Though he felt the pull of his family ties to attend the University of South Dakota, fourth-generation Coyote Cliff Johnson said he chose to attend the state's flagship university because of its academic excellence and amazing support system. His family legacy was just a bonus.
School of Education Student Seeks to Fill Gaps in Summer School Instructional StrategiesSummary: University of South Dakota undergraduate researcher Talia DeWitte, a senior double majoring in elementary education and special education with a reading endorsement, completed research to expand the knowledge base regarding effective instruction during extended school sessions.
Social Science Methods Course Project Allows Students to Learn About the Experiences of VeteransSummary: University of South Dakota education students completed a class project that allowed them to explore the theme of war and peace through veterans’ experiences.