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Rutgers Graduate School of Education
Advancing Excellence and Equity in Education
Since 2016, EMA has produced a series of Impact Reports for RutgersGraduate School of Education
Created the inaugural issue celebrating Rutgers University’s inclusion into the “Big Ten” and the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (the “Big Ten” academic component). This issue illustrates some of the many ways in which GSE’s faculty, alumni, staff and current students are providing leadership to positively impact the State of New Jersey, the country and the world as they Advance Excellence in Education.
With large, full-page photography and the use of full-page color backgrounds, coupled with dominating headlines, these reports offer an inviting experience for the reader, celebrating Rutgers’s 250th anniversary of revolutionary achievements in research, teaching and service.
Impact Report 2017
Celebrating their 95th anniversary, by rising ten position ranks in the U.S. News & World Report, Best Education Graduate Schools in the country.
In this issue, they share some of the many ways in which they are developing new and innovative programs, partnering with school districts across the State of New Jersey, highlighting alumni who are making adifference, leading in education practice, engaging in community outreach and advancing research.
Impact Report 2018
Continuing to celebrate their 95th Anniversary and new rank among the top 43 schools of education in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
In this issue, RGSE announced the establishment of the Conversation Tree Program, the Urban Social Justice Teacher Education Program, the Community School Partnership Network and the establishment of The Charles A. Demarzo and Keith Lamb Endowed Chair in Educational Equity.
Iron Cross Promotion
Along with this year’s Impact Report, EMA developed a follow-up square format iron cross brochure, showcasing the accomplishments of 24 professors from Rutgers Graduate School of Education for the year 2018.
With a strong one-two punch, this year's EMA creative effort has garnered much attention for Rutgers Graduate School of Education, with competing schools offering their congratulations for a job well done.
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