The Citadel plus Clemson equals more doctors of education in South Carolina

The Citadel’s Zucker Family School of Education and Clemson University are working together to help students earn a Doctorate of Education.

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New Citadel degree helps educators and professional development specialists teach in evolving educational environments

With a focus on alternative learning systems, the Zucker Family School of Education is now offering a new graduate degree to better serve educators.

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The Citadel’s commitment to elevating education throughout South Carolina continues

Hundreds of K-12 teachers in South Carolina will be better prepared to educate students in the fall after learning new techniques through the STEM Center.

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Remembering Myra Thompson, one of the Emanuel 9 and a double Citadel alumna

In 2015, The Citadel Graduate College lost a double alumna who was dedicated to giving back and educatinng others — Rev. Myra Thompson.

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Future teachers from the Zucker Family School of Education are good to go

Photo: Capers Hall, where the Zucker Family School of Education is housed Meet members of the Class of 2020 who will use their educations to teach others The Zucker Family School of

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Words of encouragement from Rev. Karen Lewis Crawford, a Citadel alumna minister

Rev. Karen Lewis Crawford, CGC Class of 2004, became the first African American woman ordained in the South Carolina Wesleyan Church last fall.

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At 91, Citadel’s first woman graduate celebrates 50th commencement anniversary

The first woman to graduate from The Citadel walked the stage to accept her diploma for a master’s degree, 50 years ago, on May 29, 1970.

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Too much screen time? Maybe not, depending on what your child is doing, says incoming Citadel dean of education

“A lot of the research kind of gets thrown out at this point,” said Evan Ortlieb, Ph.D., incoming dean of education at The Citadel.

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The “Oscar of Teaching” for South Carolina Goes to … Leslie Sullivan of North Charleston

Social studies teacher and Citadel Graduate College alumna Leslie Sullivan was surprised at Palmetto Scholars Academy with a $25,000 Milken Educator Award.

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