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Like the friends she has made at St. John’s University, Rachel Ortega ’15Ed marvels at the life-changing experiences she has encountered as a student at the Queens, NY, campus. Yet...

Befitting St. John’s University’s Vincentian tradition of service, The School of Education’s 10-year partnership with the Jumpstart nationwide literacy organization aims to close the achievement gap for today’s low-income youth.
With the implementation of Common Core State Standards, training literacy educators is now a national priority.

Great educators change the world, and at the Fifth Annual Leaders in Education Awards Dinner (L.E.A.D.) – held at St. John’s University’s Oakdale campus – five outstanding...

By the time Catherine Downey ’07Ed, ’08GEd was ready to enter her senior year in high school, she had already made two important decisions. She was certain that she wanted to be a...

In an effort to promote respect among school-aged children, more than 100 St. John’s University students and local elementary school educators teamed up to

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With more than $12.6 million in research and academic grants awarded to faculty and administrators, fiscal year 2013 was an especially rewarding one for St. John’s University.
For students hoping to expand their academic horizons while immersing themselves in other cultures, the Office of Global Studies at St. John’s will strengthen the University’s focus on international education this year by offering exciting Winter Intersession courses, ranging from theater in Paris to North African development issues in Morocco.

Supporting student scholarships is always a noble goal. And as Larry Burke ’73Ed, ’77GEd and his family recently learned, you never know who you might be helping.

“My son...

A double alumna of St. John's University is one of 11 New York City educators to receive the inaugural Big Apple Award, presented jointly by Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor...

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