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This section contains regularly updated highlights of the news from around The Johns Hopkins University. Links to the complete news reports from the nine schools, the Applied Physics Laboratory and other centers and institutes are to the left, as are links to help news media contact the Johns Hopkins communications offices.


Christopher Morphew Named Dean of Education

Christopher C. Morphew, an experienced academic leader and prominent scholar at the University of Iowa College of Education, has been appointed dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Education.

Your child shows up for middle school, but what about his classmates?

How often do your child’s classmates go to school? Whether fellow students show up for class matters more than you think, especially if your son or daughter is in middle school, according to Robert Balfanz, a research professor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Education.

Johns Hopkins University School of Education, Education Industry Association Form Strategic Partnership

The Johns Hopkins University School of Education and the Education Industry Association have announced a partnership building on their individual strengths in educational instruction and reform.

Maryland Learning Links Offers Special Education Resources

Maryland families and educators seeking early intervention services and special education information now have a user-friendly resource at their fingertips through a new website called Maryland Learning Links.

Schools of Education Lend Expertise and Support to The East Baltimore Community School

The Johns Hopkins University School of Education and Morgan State University’s School of Education and Urban Studies have joined forces in a university-school initiative to help transform the East Baltimore Community School into one of the best schools in the city.

Johns Hopkins Launches Master’s Degree In Healthcare Education

When it comes to training new workers to address anticipated staffing shortages in American hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices, effective educators will play a critical role. To meet the increasing demand for skilled instructors from schools and training programs, Johns Hopkins University is launching its new Master of Education in the Health Professions program this fall.