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Fall 2013 edition of Learning Connections available online

December 23, 2013

The latest issue of Learning Connections, the UW-Madison School of Education's news magazine, is now published online.

Cover of fall 2013 Learning ConnectionsThe Fall 2013 edition spotlights the range of ways in which the School of Education is making a difference locally, around the state and across the globe.

Just a few of the highlights include:

• A Q&A with Professor Gloria Ladson-Billings, whose highly regarded urban education work has local, regional and international reach.

• Learn about how those within the School of Education help run a Book Trailer Film Camp for Madison middle schoolers that can best be described as a “different kind of summer reading program.”

• Read about an empowering summer course run by Kinesiology’s Tim Gattenby that makes biking accessible to children with disabilities

But that's only a sampling of all that you'll find in the latest issue. 

Finally, don’t forget to check out what School of Education alums have been up to, broken down by decade -– 1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s2010s.

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