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Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

The COE's new CEEDAR Center, created last year with the largest federal grant ever awarded to the College, has partnered with Florida and four other states in rolling out its ambitious effort to transform how states prepare effective teachers and leaders serving students with disabilities. Pictured below is the CEEDAR Center leadership team (from left): Erica McCray, Mary Brownell, Paul Sindelar and Meg Kamman--all from UF's Special Education program.

The COE's new CEEDAR Center, created last year with the largest federal grant ever awarded to the College, has partnered with Florida and four other states in rolling out its ambitious effort to transform how states prepare effective teachers and leaders serving students with disabilities. Pictured below is the CEEDAR Center leadership team (from left): Erica McCray, Mary Brownell, Paul Sindelar and Meg Kamman--all from UF's Special Education program.

Gratitude to his high school teachers has inspired a Wisconsin attorney and winter resident of Gainesville to establish a scholarship fund at the University of Florida to help practicing schoolteachers earn graduate degrees. Michael Gengler’s $2.2 million donation, made through a provision in his will, will support Alachua County schoolteachers who enroll in graduate school at UF’s College of Education to improve their teaching skills and advance their careers.

Gratitude to his high school teachers has inspired a Wisconsin attorney and winter resident of Gainesville to establish a scholarship fund at the University of Florida to help practicing schoolteachers earn graduate degrees. Michael Gengler’s $2.2 million donation, made through a provision in his will, will support Alachua County schoolteachers who enroll in graduate school at UF’s College of Education to improve their teaching skills and advance their careers.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

Gainesville Mayor Ed Braddy stopped by COE Prof. Elizabeth Washington's class to talk with her ProTeach master’s and specialist’s degree students in secondary social studies methods. Braddy shared personal insight on the local government and civic engagement.

THERESA VERNETSON, we will miss you so much!!!!! Theresa is stepping down as Assistant Dean for Student Affairs after more than 41 years at UF's College of Education. She has headed student affairs since 2002.   We could say so much more, but we thought we'd give some of you a chance. So we'll end by saying WE LOVE YOU, WE'LL MISS YOU, WE WISH THE BEST FOR YOU, AND YOU'LL ALWAYS BE IN THE HEARTS OF ALL EDUGATORS!

THERESA VERNETSON, we will miss you so much!!!!! Theresa is stepping down as Assistant Dean for Student Affairs after more than 41 years at UF's College of Education. She has headed student affairs since 2002. We could say so much more, but we thought we'd give some of you a chance. So we'll end by saying WE LOVE YOU, WE'LL MISS YOU, WE WISH THE BEST FOR YOU, AND YOU'LL ALWAYS BE IN THE HEARTS OF ALL EDUGATORS!

Students return to class. Welcome back, EduGators!

Students return to class. Welcome back, EduGators!

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