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UMSL COE NEWS
Education alumna Kelly Taylor named Hazelwood School District Teacher of the Year
Kelly Taylor was named Hazelwood School District Teacher of the Year by her peers. Taylor, an UMSL education graduate, teaches Honors Biology, Principles of Biomedical Science and AP Environmental Science at Hazelwood West High School. She is also a science instructor for the UMSL Bridge Program and has worked as an AVID tutor.
The College Access and Student Support Services in Higher Education (CASHE) Learning Community is a distance learning program [100% online] that will explore how organizational ideologies, institutional priorities and culture impact college access and student services in K-12 and postsecondary institutions. Contact Alexandra Gresick or click the link below for more information.
Join us on April 30th from 9-11AM for the Vocational Expo! During the Vocational Expo, students, teachers, and families will have the opportunity to learn about different employers and employment service providers in St. Louis.
The UMSL College of Education has an Elementary Education program that provides the choice of adding the state-certified P-12 endorsement in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL). The six-course TESOL program will help practicing teachers and teachers-to-be increase their competence and confidence in integrating the four language modalities into their academic teaching for English Language Learners.
In-person campus tours are currently available. Please note that the University of Missouri–St. Louis is taking recommended safety measures to ensure the health and wellness of our UMSL community and campus guests. Review our visitor procedures for more information.