Family. Institution. Community. Self... Four pillars of student success and also the theme of the 2016 Appalachian Higher Education Network annual conference.
The Washington Post published “Coming of age in a city coming apart,” a piece following the daily life, challenges, and dreams of Khalil Bridges, a student at a Baltimore community school.
IEL hosted its 52nd Education Policy Fellowship Program Washington Policy Seminar, convening 300 EPFP Fellows from 17 sites across the country—the highest WPS attendance ever.
Today, IEL and the American Youth Policy Forum (AYPF) hosted the second annual Samuel Halperin Lecture and Youth Public Service Award.
This year marked a new level of engagement for IEL at the centennial meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).