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  • 1. VCU School of Education<br />Annual Report<br />2009-2010<br />Table of Contents<br />Executive Summary………………………………………………………………………………………………………….1<br />School/College Contributions to the University...................................................................3<br />Highlights………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..7<br />Teaching Activities……………………………………………………………………………………………………….….9<br />Research and Scholarly Activities……………………………………………………………………………………13<br />Public/Community Service Activities…………………………………………………………………………….. 21<br />International Activities…………………………………………………………………………………………………..22<br />Challenges……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..23<br />Outcomes/Objectives for 2010-2011………………………………………………………………………………23<br />Appendix A. Report to the VA Department of Education on K-12 Partnerships…………….…24<br />Appendix B. School of Education Partnerships and Awards by Center and Department….28<br /> <br />VCU SCHOOL OF EDUCATION<br />2009-2010<br />Annual Report<br />Executive Summary <br />The School of Education (SOE) continued its focus on excellence in the 2009-2010 Academic Year. The School climbed to 28 in the US News & World Report ranking of America’s Best Graduate Schools of Education. This is a leap from a ranking of 38 last Academic Year. The School’s teacher preparation program also continues to rank among the top 50 in the country.<br />Strategic Visioning. During the 2008-2009 Academic Year, the SOE engaged in a year-long strategic visioning process with the goal of refining the vision and mission of the unit. The visioning process culminated with faculty approval of a new vision statement for the School on November 10, 2009.<br />Program Review. The School of Education engaged in a significant program review that included consideration of program mission and fit within the School of Education; program strength in terms of admissions, enrollments, graduates, and program costs; and program viability for the future. The reviews were conducted by program faculty and provided an important catalyst for faculty discussion and initiation of several program changes. <br />Academic Programs. The delivery of high quality academic programs is the high priority for the School of Education. Major curricular revisions consistent with the School’s Six Year Plan are in-progress. The School is developing and initiating programs designed to expand our national reputation and capitalize on the strengths of our faculty. Major curriculum revisions include approval of three new programs including: 1) the Ed.D. in Leadership approved by SCHEV in July 2010; 2) the M.Ed in Sport Leadership has been combined with an MBA in the School of Business to form a new dual degree program that received Board of Visitor approval in May 2010; and 3) the undergraduate program in teaching Health and Physical Education has been transitioned to a five year program which culminates in the awarding of both the bachelor’s and master of teaching degree. Other curriculum revisions approved include elimination of the M.T. in Foreign Language Education; modification of admission and program policies; development of 12 new courses; and program revisions to Severe Disabilities, Adult Learning, Exercise Science and Community Health Education. <br />Program Statistics. Overall enrollment was up slightly from Fall 2008 (2,297) to Fall 2009 (2,301). The Doctoral Program maintained a steady enrollment of 181 (an increase from 180 last year) with on campus enrollment of 147. The Master’s enrollments also held fairly constant, but on-campus enrollment increased from 463 to 542, a 17% increase. Baccalaureate enrollment increased from 459 to 505, a 10% increase.<br />Scholarship. The SOE continues to make significant contributions in research in scholarly productivity as evidenced by 6 books, 42 book chapters, 30 international/national publications, and 116 international/national professional presentations. The SOE’s $22 million in external funding ranked first on the Monroe Park Campus and was second only to the School of Medicine for total University FY10 funding.<br />New Faculty and Promotions. The School welcomed Dr. Cindy Jong, Department of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Lee Franco, Department of Health and Human Performance, Dr. Brendan Dwyer, Center for Sport Leadership, and Dr. Muriel Azria-Evans, Department of Teaching and Learning and Director, VCU Child Development Center. The School celebrates the promotion of Dr. Lisa Abrams and Dr. Kurt Stemhagen who were promoted to Associate Professor and Dr. Donna Gilles who was promoted to Assistant Professor. Also, Donna Sharits was hired as Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement.<br />Service. The School of Education continues to make significant contributions in public, community, and professional service. The ten School of Education Centers continue to be highly active and visible in delivery of training, workshops, and seminars across the Commonwealth. Highlights of these activities include: The Center for Teacher Leadership continued to prepare teachers for service as Clinical Faculty. Since 2001, 442 Clinical Faculty have been trained. There are 367 active Level 1 Clinical Faculty, and 64 Level II Clinical Faculty (university supervisors); 278 teachers have achieved National Board Certification. SOE Associates had a stellar year with continued coordination of 19 cohorts for the Master’s/Post Master’s Certificate in Educational Leadership and 15 additional cohorts in other programs, implementation of the Leadership Series, and delivery of the first SLLA tutorial. The Metropolitan Education Research Consortium continued to conduct applied research with community partners including eight school divisions: Richmond, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Powhatan, Colonial Heights, and Hopewell. The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center collaborated with numerous business partners in research, training, and dissemination activities. The Literacy Institute with the VA Adult Learning Resource Center and the Office of Adult Education and Literacy and the VA Department of Education co-sponsored the Summit on the Future of Adult Education in the New Digital Age. The Child Development Center established collaborative relationships with the VCU School of Pharmacy, VCU Theatre Department, and Barnes and Noble Bookstore to provide special programming for children in the Center.<br />Partnerships. The School of Education continued to strengthen existing partnerships and developed a number of new partnerships, particularly with K-12 school divisions. Significant projects include:<br />
    • Dr. Therese Dozier secured a $5.9 million grant from the USDOE for the Urban Teacher Residency Grant to support secondary intern teachers in Richmond Public Schools.
    • 2. Dr. Jackie McDonnough secured a $809,000 NSF NOYCE Scholarship Grant for Minorities in Science Education to prepare minority preservice secondary science teachers.
    • 3. The Center for School Improvement has become a national demonstration site for best practices in urban education with the implementation of Bridging Richmond, a Richmond Metro P-20 Partnership Implementation Network.
    • 4. The Center for Sport Leadership developed a two year dual degree program in Sport Leadership (M.Ed.)/Master of Business Administration (MBA) with the VCU School of Business; The Center also received the Presidential Award for the Kickin’4 Kidz program.
    • 5. Dr. Charol Shakeshaft received a $5 million grant for Project All to help strengthen the skills of administrators in Richmond Public Schools.
    The School of Education has had a highly productive year in support of the triad mission of teaching, research, and service. We look forward to working together to advance the following initiatives in the 2010-2011 year:<br />
    • Continue to refine academic programs to ensure academic excellence and national visibility
    • 6. Continued excellence in offering high quality and innovative academic programs
    • 7. Continue to strengthen a culture of research within the School of Education
    • 8. Continue to focus on external funding with the goal of increasing the number of proposals submitted
    • 9. Continue to focus on collaborative partnerships with K-12 schools
    • 10. Develop and conduct faculty searches to fill existing vacancies which will strengthen the faculty and advance interdepartmental collaboration
    School/College Contributions to the Institution<br />Theme II: Achieve national recognition as a learning-centered research university that embraces a world-class student experience<br />Initiative 1: Establish a “University College”<br />Initiative 2: Establish a compact with VCU students<br />Initiative 6: Further develop VCU’s off-campus and distance-education offerings<br />Initiative 7: Continue to strengthen the Graduate School through the addition of new graduate programs (particularly at the doctoral level), through the expansion of and increases in graduate stipends, and the initiation of developmental programs designed to increase graduate student involvement in undergraduate student learning<br />Initiative 8: Develop strong and continuing semester- and year-long international exchange programs for undergraduate students<br />Initiative 9: Require all schools and the College to develop annual strategic enrollment plans that serve as the basis of enrollment projections and planning for changes in enrollment<br />The School of Education contributed the following:<br />
    • Increased total enrollment in programs by 48 students
    • 11. Increased undergraduate enrollment by 10%
    • 12. Increased on-campus master’s enrollment by 17%
    • 13. Graduated a record 33 doctoral students
    • 14. Received approval for a new M.Ed. in Sport Leadership; this new program has been combined with an M.B.A. in the School of Business to form a new dual-degree program that received final approval by SCHEV
    • 15. Transitioned the undergraduate program in Health and Physical Education to a five year MT degree teacher preparation program
    • 16. Received SCHEV approval for the Ed. D. in Leadership
    • 17. Eliminated the the M.T. program in Foreign Language Education and the MSAT in Athletic Training based on program reviews
    Established a new SEDP doctoral track student organization and held regular meetings to promote collegial support and address student-identified issues.<br />
    • Proposed significant revisions in the M.Ed. programs in Special Education and Disability Policy – General Curriculum, and Reading have been proposed
    • 18. Achieved national endorsement in exercise science through the American College of Sports Medicine. This is a precursor to application for national accreditation
    • 19. Continued to serve students, faculty, and the public through an active Student Services Center as evidenced by its activities which can be summed as 5,618 total actions on behalf of students and faculty in the School of Education. The Student Services Center served 2,167 students in the areas of advising, clinical placements and licensure, graduate admissions, graduation related issues, and general programmatic inquiry. The SSC arranged for over 500 clinical placements in practica, student teaching and internships; processed 445 applications for licensure in Virginia and out-of-state, 954 applications for admission to programs in the School of Education; 240 applications for admission to teacher preparation; 493 graduation applications; and 450 special action forms; SSC staff members participated in 19 recruiting events and 25 new student orientations; offered 2 sections of the HUMS 291 exploring secondary education with total enrollment of 53 students; and received a total of 1291 podcast hits for HHP, English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. The use of social media networking for delivery of timely information to students has also been productive for the SSC with 267 members of the SSC Facebook page.
    • 20. Received $377,000 from the Provost to renovate Room 3090, Oliver Hall
    • 21. Received $65,000 gift from Dr. John Cook on behalf of Dr. Waverly Cole to renovate the Doctoral Hearing Room
    • 22. Presented the fourth Urban Teacher Institute in Mathematics and Science in collaboration with J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
    • 23. Educational Leadership held three open houses to recruit candidates for the Ph.D. and Ed. D in Richmond, Fredericksburg, and at Longwood University with more than 100 participants which resulted in 52 applications
    • 24. Held several events in Educational Leadership to encourage student engagement including two doctoral social events; a doctoral policy forum, and supporting 5 doctoral students presentations at national conferences
    • 25. Created and offered a new service initiative to accompany the Multicultural Counseling course in Counselor Education Department
    • 26. Sponsored vibrant student organizations including the Student Education Association (SVEA), the Counselor Education Student Network (CESNA)
    • 27. Held joint lecture with the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health sponsored by the Exercise Science Undergraduate Club. Dr. Steven Blair, senior scientific editor for the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity, presented a lecture entitled, “Fitness, Fatness, and Health Outcomes”.
    • 28. Received recognition as Third Place out of 21 universities in the SEACSM College Bowl in which the Exercise Science Club members participated.
    Theme III: Assure continued international recognition for our research, scholarship, and creative expression<br />Initiative 2: Require each school and the College to develop a detailed plan for identifying and, over time, achieving an appropriate mix of tenure-eligible, collateral, and part-time faculty and graduate assistants<br />Initiative 4: As VCU develops new graduate programs, concentrating on doctoral-level education, it needs to double the total number of graduate students by 2020, increase the proportion of full-time graduate students, provide funded assistantship opportunities for at least 50% of doctoral students<br />Initiative 6: Establish a mechanism for sensibly identifying the needs for, the initiation of, and maintenance and oversight of core scientific instrumentation and research computing facilities to support current and emerging research priorities<br />Initiative 7: Increase total non-NIH federal research to a level that is at or above 50 percent of the level of NIH-sponsored research<br />Initiative 9: Enhance strong faculty development and mentoring programs intended to increase and sustain faculty excellence in research, scholarship and creative expression. Attention must be given to issues of balance in faculty workloads….in recognition of differential balance in assigned workload and consequent expectations<br />Initiative 10: Initiate strong and mutually reinforcing interdisciplinary research and training relationships with carefully selected sister institutions…provide opportunities for international exchanges of student and faculty scholars with VCU.<br />The School of Education contributed the following:<br />
    • As of July 15, 2010, the School of Education secured $22 million in external funding, a $1 million increase over last year; ranked first on Monroe Park Campus in external funding and second only to the School of Medicine for total FY 10 university external funding.
    • 29. Scholarly productivity remained high as evidenced by 6 books, 42 book chapters, 30 national /international publications, 116 national/international presentations
    • 30. The new Ed.D. program in Leadership was approved by SCHEV in July 2010
    • 31. Provided leadership in national professional organizations including offices held in professional associations and service on numerous editorial boards
    • 32. Continued to bring regional and national recognition to VCU through the Center for Teacher Leadership’s (CTL) high-quality teacher leadership training. CTL is a national training site for the New Teacher Center Santa Cruz mentor teacher training program which provides high-quality training throughout the Atlantic region.
    • 33. Brought national and international recognition to VCU through the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center’s leadership in designing and implementing supported employment, now found in over 4,000 programs in the U.S. and over 30 countries worldwide.
    • 34. Dr. Lisa Abrams and Dr. Patricia Slattum, School of Pharmacy, received a $1.3 million NIH grant for Project CRESST: Enhancing Clinical Research Education for Science Students and Teachers
    • 35. Dr. Leila Christenbury was promoted to Commonwealth Professor; She also co-edited the Handbook of Adult Literacy Research which won the National Reading Conference Edward B. Fry Book Award
    • 36. Dr. Charol Shakeshaft served as the Hicks Executive Professor in Residence at Ohio University
    • 37. Dr. Paul Gerber was named The Ruth Harris Professor of Special Education and Disability Policy Dr. Lisa Abrams, Chair of Panel B, provided faculty development seminars in negotiating the IRB process provided faculty development, and IRB procedures.
    • 38. Dr. Therese Dozier received a $5.9 million Urban Teacher Residency Grant for secondary intern teachers in Richmond Public Schools.
    • 39. Dr. Jackie McDonnough received a NSF NOYCE Scholarship Grant for Minorities in Science Education Scholarship grant for $809,730 to prepare minority preservice secondary science teachers
    • 40. Dr. Ena Gross was honored with the VCU Excellence in Teaching Award
    • 41. Dr. Bill Muth received the student nominated SOE Ruch Award for Outstanding Teaching
    • 42. Dr. Yaoying Xu and Dr. Kevin Sutherland were awarded the VCU Presidential Research Incentive Program grants during this inaugural year of the program.
    • 43. Drs. Joan Rhodes and Tammy Milby led their fourth study abroad group to provide our students an opportunity to work in local schools. This summer, they took students to New Zealand
    • 44. Dr. Donna Dockery, faculty member in Counselor Education, traveled to Guatemala to conduct research in a school
    • 45. Teaching and Learning faculty, led by Dr. Leila Christenbury, participated in two days of interviews with NPR education reporter Claudio Sanchez, who also visited classes on campus and off. Mr. Sanchez produced a 5-minute segment on NPR’s All Things Considered regarding teacher preparation and the VCU School of Education and elsewhere
    Theme V: Maintain VCU as a model for university-community partnerships<br />Initiative 1: Enhance and extend a culture of community engagement within all campus units<br />Initiative 2: Work collaboratively with VCU’s community to be a catalyst to enhance access and improve outcomes for health care for the population of Central Virginia<br />The faculty in the School of Education continue to participate in partnerships, most notably<br />
    • Health and Human Performance faculty engage in numerous K-12 partnerships including the Teaching Encouragement, Exercise, Nutrition and Support Program at VCU (TEENS) led by Dr. Ronald Evans. This initiative with the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychology, is a healthy weight management program for children 11-18 years old. Other partnerships include: exercise programming for Charles City Middle School Childhood Obesity Prevention Program, a fitness program and field day for students and faculty at Mary Munford Elementary School, and the provision of athletic training services in Richmond Public Schools.
    • 46. The newly funded Richmond Teacher Residency and the Noyce Scholarship Grant for Minorities in Science Education are stellar examples of partnerships with K-12 education
    • 47. Counselor Education faculty and students participated in mentoring programs at St. Andrews School and Richmond Community High School and in the KIPP School-Philadelphia project
    • 48. Educational Leadership continues to collaborate with Richmond City Schools for delivery of Post Master’s Certificate program in Educational Leadership
    • 49. The Metropolitan Education Research Consortium conducted and disseminated applied research on topics of concern and interest identified by local school divisions. Community partners include eight school divisions: Richmond, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Powhatan, colonial Heights, and Hopewell
    • 50. Educational Leadership continued to coordinate efforts to expand the graduate study partnership created with Visiting International Faculty (VIF). Students and alumni now extend to Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, England, Jamaica, India, Peru, Phillippines, Romania , Russia, South Africa, Venezuela, Zaire, Zimbabwe.
    The School of Education sponsors ten Centers that have contributed significantly to an improved quality of life for citizenry on the local, state and national levels:<br />
    • SOEA coordinates 19 Master’s/Post-Master’s Certificate Cohorts in Educational Leadership in Richmond, Henrico, Hanover, Chesterfield, Essex, Fredericksburg, and Goochland and Essex County; recruits and manages several programs including COVE, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Disabilities Consortium, the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Educational Leadership and the Master’s program in Instructional Technology, and the B.S. degree program in Health and Human Performance. SOEA has also been highly successful in the delivery of non-credit activities.
    • 51. The VCU Child Development Center collaborated with the School of Pharmacy to have their students present a “safe vs unsafe materials” presentation/lesson to children at the CDC; VCU Theatre students acted out children’s stories for the children, and a local Barnes and Noble Bookstore offered weekly story times for children in three preschool classrooms.
    Highlights <br />
    • Ranked 28th by U.S. News & World Report as among America’s Best Graduate Schools of Education. The School’s teacher preparation program is ranked among the top 50 in the Nation.
    • 52. Two faculty members were promoted to the rank of Associate Professor. One faculty member was promoted to Assistant Professor.
    • 53. As of July 15, 2010, the School of Education has secured $22 million in external funding, a $1 million increase over last year; ranked first on Monroe Park Campus in external funding and second only to the School of Medicine for total FY 10 university external funding.
    • 54. The School of Education has had another productive year in research and scholarly productivity and includes: 6 books, 42 book chapters, 30 national/international refereed publications, and 116 national/international professional presentations.
    • 55. Received approval from SCHEV to offer the Ed.D. in Leadership
    • 56. The School of Education received funding from the Provost for four one-year collateral positions for Teaching and Learning (1), Special Education and Disability Policy (1), and Health and Human Performance (2)
    • 57. Dr. Charol Shakeshaft received a grant for $5 million for Project All to strengthen leadership skills of principals, now in its second year
    • 58. Dr. Lisa Abrams and Dr. Patricia Slattum, School of Pharmacy, received a $1.3 million NIH grant for Project CRESST: Enhancing Clinical Research Education for Science Students and Teachers
    • 59. Dr. Therese Dozier received a USDOE Urban Teacher Residency grant for $5.9 million
    • 60. Dr. Jackie McDonnough received a NSF Noyce Secondary Science Teacher Grant for Minority Students for $809,000.
    • 61. Health and Human Performance received grant awards in the amount of $384,959
    • 62. Maintained national accreditation for multiple academic programs: CAATE for entry-level graduate athletic training education program; CACREP accreditation for P-12 School Counseling and College Student Development and Counseling; National Council on Accreditation, Council for the Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, University Council of Educational Administration, NCATE accreditation for all preparation programs for teachers and other school personnel.
    • 63. Counselor Education offered the National Counselor Education Examination for graduates to become National Certified Counselors
    • 64. Health and Human Performance Chair, Dr. Edmund Acevedo, was named a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Psychological Association; Dr. Brent Arnold was named a fellow of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association
    Provided leadership in national professional associations including offices held in professional associations and service on editorial boards including: <br />
    • Dr. Jonathan Becker, Reviewer, Journal of School Leadership
    • 65. Dr. Charol Shakeshaft, Reviewer, Educational Administration Quarterly, and Journal of Educational Leadership, Journal of Educational Change, Education Management and Administration Journal
    • 66. Dr. Scott Ross, Editorial Board, Journal of Athletic Training
    • 67. Dr. Brent Arnold, Editorial Board, Journal of Sports Rehabilitation, Athletic Training and Sports Health Care
    • 68. Dr. Edmund Acevedo, Past President, APA, Division 47
    • 69. Dr. Whitney Sherman, Editorial Board, Journal of School Leadership and Journal of Research on Leadership Education
    • 70. Dr. Colleen Thoma, Board of the International Council for Exceptional Children
    Increased student research <br />
    • Aaron Kunk, a Foreign Language Education major received a Fulbright Grant to teach English in Germany in 2010-2011
    • 71. Eight doctoral students in Health and Human Performance regularly participated in a doctoral seminar (14 seminars presented throughout the academic year)
    • 72. Drs. Joan Rhodes and Tammy Milby are leading a study group to New Zealand to work in local schools in Summer 2010; Approximately ten students will be participating.
    • 73. Sandra Fritton, Special Education and Disability Policy, and Jason Smith, Urban Services Leadership, received the School of Education Outstanding Dissertation Award
    • 74. Two undergraduate students in Health and Human Performance presented their research at national conferences
    • 75. Six doctoral students in Health and Human Performance gave 16 presentations with faculty and shared authorship with faculty on three publications.
    • 76. Shelly Linens, doctoral student in Health and Human Performance, received the Doctoral Student Oral Presentation Award from National Athletic Trainers Association.
    National recognition<br />
    • Five doctoral students in Health and Human Performance are now employed in positions in higher education: Gray Lipford, UNC Chapel Hill, Jeff Herrick, Southern Illinois University, Chung Jung Huang, Florida Atlantic University, Shelley Linens, Georgia State University, and Robert Franco, VCU
    • 77. Counselor Education graduated its first student in College Student Development and Counseling track in December 2009.
    • 78. $5.9M Urban Residency Grant, a collaboration with Richmond Public Schools, will recruit and prepare secondary teachers for urban schools. The grant is based on a residency model where students spend the majority of their time in the classroom working with master teachers, and plans are underway to refigure the curriculum for the new teacher resident students
    • 79. A new SEDP doctoral track student organization was established with regular meetings to promote collegial support and address student-identified issues
    • 80. Ryan Beck, an undergraduate student in Health and Human Performance received the Research and Creative Scholarship Summer Fellowship Award ($3,000 plus $500 for expenses)
    • 81. Exercise Science Club participated in SEACSM College Bowl and won Third Place out of 21 universities from the southeast region of the country.
    • 82. Exercise Science Undergraduate Club coordinated a joint lecture with the Department of Epidemiology and Community Health. Dr. Steven Blair, senior scientific editor for the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity, presented a lecture entitled, “Fitness, Fatness, and Health Outcomes”.
    Increased on-campus enrollment in master’s and doctoral programs<br />
    • Master’s enrollments held constant but on-campus enrollment increased from 463 to 542, a 17% increase.
    • 83. Doctoral enrollment held at a high level (an increase of 1 from 180 to 181) with on campus enrollment of 147
    Teaching Activities <br />Data Requirements:<br />1. Numbers of Students Graduated <br />B.S. degrees 91<br />M.Ed. degrees 231<br />M.S. degrees 33<br />M.T. degrees 131<br />Ph.D. degrees 33<br />Certificates 70<br />2. Number of Students in Each Major<br />Baccalaureate:<br />Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science504<br />Recreation, Parks and Sport Management1<br />Post-baccalaureate Certificates<br />Autism Spectrum Disorders2<br />Instructional technology27<br />Master’s degrees and Post-master’s Certificates:<br />Adult Education & Human Resource Management1<br />Adult Learning24<br />Athletic Training7<br />Counselor Education114<br />Curriculum and Instruction1<br />Educational Leadership<br />Master’s degree176<br />Post-Master’s Certificate119<br />Health and Movement Sciences42<br />Reading<br />Master’s degree16<br />Post-master’s Certificate10<br />Recreation, Parks and Sport Leadership2<br />Special education70<br />Sport Leadership70<br />Teaching<br />Elementary139<br />Secondary72<br />Doctoral degrees<br />Ph.D. in Education175<br />Ph.D. in Rehabilitation and Movement Science5<br />Other information: <br />Grants awarded related to teaching <br />Educational Leadership<br />
    • Project All (Authentic Learning for Leaders) Now in its second year, this grant is to develop and implement innovative mentoring and simulation model for the preparation of school principals, $5million
    Teaching and Learning<br />
    • Urban Residency Grant founded for secondary resident teacher interns in Richmond Public School, $5.9 million
    • 84. Noyce Scholarship Grant for Minorities in Science Education, $909,000
    Special Education and Disability Policy<br />
    • SEDP faculty have had involvement at various levels (PI, Co-PI, Project Director, Staff) in 7 externally funded grant projects during the year. All of these projects continue into 2010-2011. Total amount of funding for the 7 grant projects related to educational research or teaching was approximately $9.2 million
    • 85. Currently, all of SEDP teaching preparation programs have external funding to develop and implement effective recruitment, high quality preparation and retention, meaningful induction into practice, and innovative uses of technology and community-based learning
    Health and Human Performance<br />
    • Brent Arnold, Athletic Training Practical Experiences, Richmond Public Schools, provides graduate athletic trainers for Richmond Public Schools, $156,985
    • 86. Brent Arnold, Balance Training’s effects on Impairment, Functional Limitation, and Disability on CAI, NATA Foundation, $172,500
    • 87. Dr. Ronnie Evans and Dr. Suzanne Mazzeo, Parental Intervention to Enhance Children’s Health Following School BMI Notices, NIH, $275,000
    • 88. Dr. Ronnie Evans and Dr. Suzanne Mazzeo, Nourishing Families to Promote Healthy Eating and Exercise in Overweight Children, NIH, $ 2,839,390
    • 89. Dr. Ronnie Evans and Dr. Suzanne Mazzeo, Parental Intervention to Enhance Children’s Health Following School BMI Notices, NIH, $408,537
    • 90. Dace Svika and Edmund Acevedo, RCT Using Motivational Incentives Promote Exercise in Cocaine Dependent Women, NIH, 3, 497,452
    Educational Foundations<br />
    • Faculty received approximately $1.4 million in external funding of grants and evaluations of grants
    Major Curricular Changes<br />
    • The Ed.D. in Leadership was approved by SCHEV
    • 91. Revised Post Master’s Certificate in Educational Leadership
    • 92. Two new courses approved for the Ph.D. program
    • 93. The M.T. program in Foreign Language and the MSAT in Athletic Training are being closed.
    • 94. The M.Ed. program in Special Education and Disability Policy – General Curriculum and the Master of Education degree in Reading have been significantly revised.
    • 95. The Department of Special Education and Disability Policy has obtained approval to revise the Early Childhood Special Education program reducing the completion requirement to a minimum 37 credit hours
    • 96. Closed M.T. in Foreign Language Education
    • 97. Teaching and Learning’s Adult Learning Program will offer a Teaching and Learning with Technology track to replace the Adults with Disabilities elective option.
    New Programs/certificates<br />
    • Received approval for the Ed.D. in Leadership
    • 98. Received approval for the joint M.Ed. in Sport Leadership/M.B.A. in the School of Business to form a new dual degree program
    • 99. New program in Educational Psychology doctoral track to begin in Fall 2010; Dr. Kathy Cauley will lead the program
    Technology changes in classrooms<br />
    • Faculty continue to use technology including Blackboard, e-portfolios, blogs, discussion boards, on-line surveys, social networking, data bases and use of Tablet PC to provide immediate electronic and individualized feedback to students. A Promethean board was installed in Oliver Hall, 3090, and Department faculty trained in its use. Faculty participate in Faculty Learning Communities to enhance their knowledge of strategies to use technology effectively in the classroom.
    Textbook publications/contributions<br />
    • Cauley, K., Pannozo, G, (Eds.). Annual editions: Educational psychology: 10-11. (25th ed.). Dubuque, IA: McGraw Hill.
    • 100. Grogan, M. & Shakeshaft, C. (2010). Women and Educational Leadership. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.
    • 101. Hermann, M. A., Remley, T. P., Jr., & Huey, W. C. (Eds.) (2010). Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (3rd ed.). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.
    • 102. Kregel, J & Wehman, P. (Eds.) (in press). Functional curriculum for elementary, middle, secondary age students with special needs (3rd ed.). Austin, TX: PRO-ED.
    • 103. McMillan, J. (2011). Classroom assessment: Principles and practice for effective standards-based education (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.
    • 104. Xu, Y. (Ed.). (2010). Assessing young English languagelLearners: From theory to practice (1st ed.). New York, NY: NOVA Science Publisher.
    • 105. It is also worthy to note that Dr. Leila Christenbury’s co-edited book, The Handbook of Adolescent Literacy Research, won the National Reading Conference Edward B. Fry Book Award.
    Teaching and program collaborations<br />
    • Educational Leadership collaborated with Richmond Public Schools for delivery of a Post Master’s Certificate. RPS personnel were involved in admission screening, developing curriculum and will be central to the delivery of the program.
    • 106. SEDP continues to be a partner with the Virginia LEND program, an advanced level interdisciplinary leadership training program for health professionals and related disciplines in the field of childhood neurodevelopmental disabilities
    • 107. Dr. Yaoying Xu offers the SEDP/TEDU 611 Multicultural Perspectives in Education course, required in the M.Ed. in Special Education program to other graduate students in the School of Eduation and the School of Social Work who take the course as an elective
    • 108. Dr. Jacqueline McDonnough received funding for an i3Vista grant in collaboration with George Mason University and the College of William and Mary.
    • 109. Dr. William Muth created the five course online sequence of courses in Adult Learning and Adult Literacy for correctional educators. A second cohort began in January 2010
    Retention efforts and documented successes <br />
    • Undergraduate students in the five year teacher preparation programs are assigned advisors in the School of Education after admission to teacher preparation.
    • 110. Student Services Center Staff. Dr. Jennifer Sherry and Dr. Pam Weigardt continue to participate in summer recruitment activities in collaboration with the College of Humanities and Sciences. Dr. Sherry also participates in recruitment activities at the local community colleges, local high schools, at military bases with the Troops to Teachers Program, and with the Richmond Area Teacher Cadet programs.
    Service-learning courses<br />
    • Special Education and Disability Policy offers a service learning course to provide direct experience and learning in community early intervention and special education programs; the Department also offers community based learning incorporated in four core ECSE courses, in collaboration with four inclusive community early childhood programs.
    • 111. Counselor Education designed a new service learning course to accompany the Multicultural Counseling course that was approved and offered in fall 2009
    • 112. Dr. Joan Rhodes and Dr. Valerie Robnolt will offer TEDU 101 sections off-campus with a service learning component
    Student engagement initiatives<br />
    • Educational Leadership: Hosted social events for doctoral students—one in fall and one in spring, held a doctoral policy forum, and supported three doctoral students who gave papers at AERA and two gave papers at UCEA
    • 113. Dr. Tammy Milby, continued to serve as sponsor for the Student Education Association. She also attended the Teacher of Promise conference at James Madison University with a group of teacher education students.
    Faculty development activities<br />
    • Educational Leadership sponsored a faculty learning community. Department faculty spent two hours each month learning more about how to use technology in teaching
    • 114. Educational Foundations faculty member, Dr. Maike Philipsen led initiatives in the Center for Teaching Effectiveness
    • 115. Special Education and Disability Policy faculty gained new knowledge and skills from participation in international and national conferences, training in utilization of national databases, interdisciplinary research consortia, training in specific evaluation methods, and Center for Teaching Excellence.
    • 116. Dr. Bill Muth received the Ruch Award for Excellence in Teaching, the recipient is selected by students
    • 117. Dr. Loraine Stewart received the School of Education Faculty Teaching Award
    • 118. Dr. Kevin Sutherland received the School of Education Faculty Scholarship Award
    • 119. Dr. Cheryl Magill received the School of Education Faculty Service Award
    • 120. Dr. Whitney Sherman received the Alan M. McLeod Faculty Development Fund Award
    • 121. Dr. Jonathan Becker received the Alumni Council’s Exemplary Applications of Technology in the Classroom Award
    • 122. Dr. Cindy Jong was named a STAR fellow and participated in a July 2010 summer institute with 48 other mathematics and mathematics education professors to learn how to become better researchers, teachers, and leaders.
    • 123. Dr. Jacqueline McDonnough participated in the National Association of Science Teachers and the African Diaspora, an organization dedicated to the work of Black scholars.
    Research and Scholarly Activities<br /> (Selected books, national/international publications, international presentations, grant funding)<br />BOOKS<br />
    • Cauley, K., Pannozo, G, (Eds.). Annual editions: Educational psychology: 10-11. (25th ed.). Dubuque, IA: McGraw Hill.
    • 124. Grogan, M. & Shakeshaft, C. (2010). Women and Educational Leadership. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.
    • 125. Hermann, M. A., Remley, T. P., Jr., & Huey, W. C. (Eds.). (2010). Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (3rd ed.). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.
    • 126. Kregel, J. & Wehman, P. (Eds.). (in press). Functional curriculum for elementary, middle, secondary age students with special needs (3rd ed.). Austin, TX: PRO-ED.
    • 127. McMillan, J. (2011). Classroom assessment: Principles and practice for effective standards-based education (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.
    • 128. Xu, Y. (Ed.). (2010). Assessing young English languagelLearners: From theory to practice (1st ed.). New York, NY: NOVA Science Publisher.
    NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS<br />
    • Conroy, M., Sutherland, K. S., Snyder, A. L., Al-Hendawi, M., & Vo, A. (2009). Creating a positive classroom atmosphere: Teacher’s use of effective praise and feedback. Beyond Behavior. 18(2), 18-26.
    • 129. Evans, R.K. (2010). Impact of physical activity participation on weight loss outcomes following weight loss surgery. Am Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. 4(2), 124-129.
    • 130. Huang, C.J., Webb, H.E., Garten, R.S., Kamimori, G.H., Evans, R.K., & Acevedo, E.O. (2010). Stress hormones and immunological responses to a dual challenge in firefighters. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 75, 312-318.
    • 131. Huenekens, M. E., & Xu, Y. (2010). Effects of a cross-linguistic storybook intervention on the second language development of preschool.
    • 132. Kregel, J. Ed.D. (2009). Work incentives planning and assistance: Assisting beneficiaries to obtain employment and reduce dependence on SSA benefits. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitiation. 31(1), 1-9.
    • 133. Jong, C., Pedulla, J.J., Mitescu, E.N., Salomon-Fernandez, Y., Cochran-Smith, M. (2010, Accepted). Exploring the link between reformed teaching practices and pupil learning in elementary school mathematics. School Science and Mathematics Journal.
    • 134. McDonnough, J., T. & Matkins, J. J. (2010). The role of field experience in elementary preservice teachers' self-efficacy and ability of connect research to practice. School Science and Mathematics. 110(1), 13-23.
    • 135. Muth, W. R. (2010). Reflections on the conference. European Prison Education Association Magazine. 34, 16.
    • 136. Reich, Gabriel A. (2009). Testing historical knowledge: Standards, multiple-choice questions and student reasoning. Theory and Research in Social Education. 37, 3.
    • 137. Richardson, J.S., Robnolt, V.J., & Rhodes, J.A. (2010). A history of study skills: Not hot, but not forgotten. Reading Improvement. in press.
    • 138. Ross S.E., Linens S .W., & Arnold B.L. (2010). Static balance assessments for functional ankle instability. Lower Extremity Review.
    • 139. Sherman, W. H., & Wrushen, B. (2009). Insecting leadership knowledge from the margins: Women secondary principals. Journal of School Leadership. 19(2), 171-198.
    • 140. Stemhagen, K., Reich, G. & Muth, W. R (2009). Constructivism, disciplinary constraint and judgment.. Southern American Philosophy of Education Society – 2008 Conference Peer Reviewed Papers.
    • 141. Stewart, L. & Marshall, J. (2009). Denied access: Using African children's literature to examine the anatomy of social justice. Social Studies and the Young Learner. 22(1), 27-30.
    • 142. Sutherland, K.S., Conroy, M., Abrams, L., & Vo, A. (2010). Improving interactions between teachers and young children with problem behavior: A strengths based approach. Exceptionality. 18, 70 - 81.
    • 143. Xu, Y. (2010). The effects of teaching primary caregivers to conduct formative assessment on caregiver-child social interaction and children's developmental outcomes. Early Child Development and Care. Online First.
    NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS<br />
    • Abrams, L., McMillan, J. & Wetzel, A. (2010, April). Teachers' formative use of benchmark test data. AERA, Denver, CO.
    • 144. Arnold, B.L., Ross, S.E., Wright, C.J., & Linens, S.W. (2009, June). Stochastic resonance improves ankle force sense but not reposition sense. National Athletic Trainers' Association's Clinical Symposium, San Antonia, TX.
    • 145. Becker, J.D. (2010, March). Legal issues and the web: Educator free speech in the digital age. COSN Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
    • 146. Carter, T. J. & Chafin, C. (2009, November). Transformative learning in academic medicine: Changing the way doctors think and practice as medical educators. Eighth International Transformative Learning Conference, Hamilton, Bermuda.
    • 147. Carter, T.J., Reardon, M.R., Rhodes, J.A. & Smith, F.G. (2010, January). Instructional intentions and the realities of practice:Faculty perspectives of learning on the web. ELI, Austin, TX.
    • 148. Christenbury, L. (2009, November). A Moment in history: NCTE and the media. National Council of Teachers of Engllish Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
    • 149. Conroy, M. A., Sutherland, K. S., & Vo, A. (2009, September). A classroom-based intervention model for young children with challenging behavior. Council for Children with Behavior Disorders conference,, Denver, CO.
    • 150. de la Motte,S.J., Arnold, B.L., & Ross, S.E. (2009, June). Ankle rotation torque is significantly lower in FAI subject on the star excursion balance test. Amercian College of Sports Medicine, Seattle, WA.
    • 151. Dockery, D. J., & Hermann, M.A. (2010, May). Social justice and school counseling. American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.
    • 152. Franco, R.L., Fallow, B.A., Huang, C.J., Acevedo, E.O., Arrowood, J.A., & Evans, R.K. (2010, June). The extended time course of forearm blood flow following a maximal bout of exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Conference, Baltimore, MD.
    • 153. Gerber, P.J. (2009, September). Evidence-based research on adults with learning disabilities: A review. University of Leuvan LD Research Conference, Leuvan, Belgium.
    • 154. Hermann, M. (2009, June). Counseling women: Legal, ethical, and professional issues. The Big Easy Seminar Series, New Orleans, LA.
    • 155. Hooper, B.B., Hill, C., Conroy, M.A., & Vo, A. (2009, October). A community of pracitce for infants and toddlers with autism spectrum disroders. International Conference on Young Chidlren with Special Needs and Their Families, Albuquere, NM.
    • 156. Kregel, J. (2009, March). Work incentives planning and assistance: Assisting beneficiaries to obtain employment and reduce dependence on SSA benefits. Social Security Subcommittee, House Ways and Means, Washington, DC.
    • 157. Kregel, J. (2009, September). Real work for real play: A 40-year history of supported employment & technical assistance in the U.S. (Invited presentation), Sydney, Australia.
    • 158. Kregel, J. (2009, October). The frugal revolution: Current efforts to promote economic self-sufficiency for individuals with disabilities in the U.S. (Invited presentation), Sydney, Australia.
    • 159. Kregel, J. (2009, November). The role of work incentives in supporting the employment of ticket holders with psychiatric disabilities. SSA Mental Health Ticket Summit, New Orleans, LA, USA.
    • 160. Kregel, J. (2010, March). Evidence based training & technical assistance. (Invited presentation), Sydney, Australia.
    • 161. McDonnough, J., T. & Cho, S. (2010, March). Making science accessible to English language learners: Instructional strategies for 6-12 teachers. National Association of Science Teachers, Philadelphia, PA.
    • 162. Milby, T. (2009, November). Exemplary classrooms, exemplary teachers: A description of outstanding literacy instructional practices. Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers 53rd Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC.
    • 163. Muth, W. R. (2009, October).. Prison-based family literacy programs: A social-cultural perspective. European Prison Education Association, Protaras, Cyprus.
    • 164. Philipsen, M (2010, April). Balancing work and life: Research on male and female faculty compared. AERA, Denver, CO.
    • 165. Reardon, R. M. (2010, March). A case study in authentic learning: Field experience in educational leadership doctoral studies. Fourth International Conference of the American Institute of Higher Education, Williamsburg, VA.
    • 166. Reed, E. & Ivey, C. (2010, July). Innovative strategies to promote interdisciplinary programs. OSEP Project Directors Conference (roundtable), Washington, DC.
    • 167. Reich, G.A. (2010, April). Narrating the test: exploring the singularity of multiple-choice history exam, AERA, Denver, CO.
    • 168. Rhodes, J.A., Robnolt, V.J., & Richardson, J.S. (2009, November). Teaching study skills in a digital text environment. Annual Conference of the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, Charlotte, NC.
    • 169. Robnolt, V.J., Hayes, L., & Jones, J. (2009, November). Collaboration in response to intervention: Ways to build literacy communities. Annual Conference of the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, Charlotte, NC.
    • 170. Shakeshaft, C. (2010, May). The Role of school principals in implementation of response to intervention in the Commonwealth of Virginia. AERA, Denver, CO.
    • 171. Shakeshaft, C. (2010, April). Teachers as predators. Samual Hicks Executive in Residence, Athens, Ohio.
    • 172. Shakeshaft, C. (2010, January). School matters: An immersive, interactive computer simulation for preparation of school leaders (“Project ALL”). ICSEI, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
    • 173. Shakeshaft, C. (2010, November). International status of women leaders. UCEA, Anaheim, CA.
    • 174. Shakeshaft, C. (2010, September). Gender and educational change. WLE, Augsburg, Germany.
    • 175. Sherman, W. H. (2009, September). Using Feminist Phase Theory to portray women in the principalship across generations. Paper presented at the 2nd International Women's Leadership Conference, Augsburg, Germany.
    • 176. Stemhagen, K. (2010, May). The relationship between middle school mathematics teachers’ beliefs and practices: Creating and implementing a web model of felief. AERA--American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO.
    • 177. Stewart, L. (2009, November). African-American children’s literature that exemplify civic-minded dreams and deeds. National Council for the Social Studies, College, Atlanta, GA.
    • 178. Sutherland, K. S. (April, 2010). The chances and challenges of inclusion. Sonderpädagogischer Kongress, Weimar, Germany.
    • 179. Thoma, C.A., Wehman, P., Tamura, R. & Boyd, K. (2010, April). Student-directed IEP's: supporting student participation across a continuum of support needs. Council for Exceptional Children, Nashville, TN.
    • 180. Wright, C.J., Seitz, A.L., Arnold, B.L., & Michener, L.A. (2009, June). Repeatability of ankle joint kinematic data at heel strike using the Vicon Plug-In Gait model. American Society of Biomechanics, State College, PA.
    • 181. Xu, Y., Chin, C., Reed, E., & Hutchinson, C. (2010, May). Formative and summative evaluation of an Early Reading First project in promoting preschoolers' school readiness. 2010 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
    GRANTS<br />
    • Abrams, L. M., SOE Foundations Dept, Project CRESST: Enhancing Clinical Research Education for Science Students and Teachers, National Center for Research Resources/NIH/DHHS, $266,934.
    • 182. Allen, B., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Abuse and Neglect of Children with Disabilities FY10, Virginia Department of Education, $36,426.
    • 183. Allen, B., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Parent Outreach with VDH, Virginia Department of Health, $7,453.
    • 184. Allen, B., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Parent Outreach with VDH, Virginia Department of Health, $32,963.
    • 185. Allen, B., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Virginia Family-to-Family Health Information and Education (VAF2F) Center., Department of Health & Human Services, $28,660.
    • 186. Arnold, B., SOE HHP Dept, Athletic Training Practical Experience, Richmond City Public Schools, $156,985.
    • 187. Bodurtha, J. N., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Virginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities [Va-LEND], Maternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA/DHHS, $47,166.
    • 188. Bodurtha, J. N., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Engaging Health Professionals and Families in Evidence-Based Research, Maternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA/DHHS, $30,000.
    • 189. Bodurtha, J. N., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Virginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities [Va-LEND], Maternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA/DHHS, $504,798.
    • 190. Brooke, V. A., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, MOU - Personnel Training on Personal Assistance in the Workplace using Online Instruction Technology, Alabama Department of Rehabilitative Services, $35,000.
    • 191. Brooke, V. A., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, MOU - Personnel Training on Personal Assistance in the Workplace using Online Instruction Technology, Alabama Department of Rehabilitative Services, $32,845.
    • 192. Brooke, V. A., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, NEXT STEPS: Building Effective Partnerships and Accessing Resources, Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center, $7,500.
    • 193. Buck, D. M., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Include Me Richmond, United Way of Greater Richmond, $5,000.
    • 194. Buck, D. M., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Early Intervention Professional Development (ARRA), Virginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS, $250,000.
    • 195. Buck, D. M., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Technical Assistance Center for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Virginia Department of Education, $322,793.
    • 196. Chin, C. E., SOE Teach Lrng VALRC, Supporting and Ensuring Early Language and Literacy Success (SEELLS), Department of Education, $1,408,916.
    • 197. Chin, C. E., SOE Teach Lrng VALRC, Virginia Literacy Foundation, Virginia Literacy Foundation, $20,140.
    • 198. Cho, S., SOE Teach Lrng Dept, Assisting, Collaborating, and Training ESL Secondary Content Teachers ACT-ESL, Department of Education, $268,792.
    • 199. Conroy, M. A., SOE Spec Ed and DP Dept, Promoting Social Emotional and Behavioral Competence in Young High Risk Children, Institute of Education Sciences/Department of Education, $500,000.
    • 200. Dozier, T. A., SOE Teach Lrng Dept, Richmond Teacher Residency Program, U.S. Department of Education, $5.9 million.
    • 201. Evans, R. K., SOE HHP Dept, Charles City Grant, Charles City County Public Schools, $13,007.
    • 202. Evans, R. K., SOE HHP Dept, Metabolic and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Following Gastric Bypass Surgery: The Role of Endothelial Progenitor Cells in Vascular Health., American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, $22,350.
    • 203. Ford, M. E., SOE Ed Ldshp Dept, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist's (CRNA) Perceptions Regarding Anesthesia Support Personnel (ASP), American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Foundation, $3,450.
    • 204. Getzel, E. E., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Secondary Transition Data Collection, Virginia Department of Education, $240,257.
    • 205. Getzel, E. E., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Preparing Veterans with SCI for Post Secondary Education: Development and Implementation of a Mobile Supported Education Model, Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, $148,370.
    • 206. Gibson, B. E., SOE Teach Lrng VALRC, ELearn Virginia, Virginia Department of Education, $202,876.
    • 207. Gibson, B. E., SOE Teach Lrng VALRC, Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center, Virginia Department of Education, $1,083,735.
    • 208. Gibson, B. E., SOE Teach Lrng VALRC, Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center-el-Civics, Virginia Department of Education, $86,396.
    • 209. Gibson, B. E., SOE Teach Lrng VALRC, Virginia Literacy Foundation -- Manager and Literacy Support Specialist Positions, Virginia Literacy Foundation, $29,367.
    • 210. Gilles, D. L., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Virginia Project for Children and Young Adults with Deaf-Blindness, Department of Education, $234,082.
    • 211. Gilles, D. L., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Virginia Health Promotion for People with Disabilities Project, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/DHHS, $200,000.
    • 212. Green, J. H., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Community Integration and Competetive Employment Project, Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, $48,824.
    • 213. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 10 SS00-10-30535 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $145.
    • 214. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $51.
    • 215. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $22,865.
    • 216. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,275.
    • 217. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Virginia Autism Resource Center Training and Technicel Assistance Partnership, Grafton School, Inc., $167,675.
    • 218. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Assets for Independence - Support for people with Disabilites Initiative, Phase II, Lewin Group, The, $263,315.
    • 219. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, VCU SPED Initiate to Support VA Dept. of Education Effort to Improve the Quality of Education Services for Children & Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Virginia Department of Education, $248,000.
    • 220. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 12 SS00-10-30537 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $130.
    • 221. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 11 SS00-10-30536 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $197.
    • 222. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #15 - Travel funds for TA event being held in Salt Lake City, UT on March 15 and 16, 2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $3,765.
    • 223. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 9 SS00-10-30532 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $416.
    • 224. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 8 SS00-10-30521 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $22,865.
    • 225. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #25 - Travel to Concord, NH - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $126.
    • 226. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 13 SS00-10-30538 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $215.
    • 227. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #26 - Travel to Boston, MA - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $134.
    • 228. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #18 - Update/Develop training materials and conduct 3 nonclassroom based trainings - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $90,587.
    • 229. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #4 SS00-10-30398 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $5,789.
    • 230. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 7 SS00-10-30516 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,522.
    • 231. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order#6 SS00-10-30508: Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $48,029.
    • 232. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #3 SS00-10-30397 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,685.
    • 233. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $509,182.
    • 234. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $22,865.
    • 235. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #27 - Travel to Omaha, NE -Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $2,960.
    • 236. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,275.
    • 237. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #23 - Travel to Norman, OK - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $665.
    • 238. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order 20 - Training and Travel for Manchester, NH - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $22,865.
    • 239. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #17 - Travel costs for the technical assistance event being held in Columbus, OH March 29-30, 2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $838.
    • 240. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order 20 - Training and Travel for Manchester, NH - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,073.
    • 241. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #16 - Travel funds to technical assistance event being held in New York, NY on March 23-24, 2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $1,249.
    • 242. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #19 - Training, supplies and travel in Denver, CO 5/16-21/2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $5,081.
    • 243. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #24 - Travel to Wilmington, DE - Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $1,061.
    • 244. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 7 SS00-10-30516 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $22,865.
    • 245. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Assets for Independence - Support for people with Disabilites Initiative, Phase II, Lewin Group, The, $263,315.
    • 246. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, VCU SPED Initiate to Support VA Dept. of Education Effort to Improve the Quality of Education Services for Children & Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Virginia Department of Education, $248,000.
    • 247. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $997,992.
    • 248. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $7,802.
    • 249. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $509,182.
    • 250. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #3 SS00-10-30397 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,685.
    • 251. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order #4 SS00-10-30398 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $5,789.
    • 252. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Virginia Autism Resource Center Training and Technicel Assistance Partnership, Grafton School, Inc., $167,675.
    • 253. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 7 SS00-10-30516 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $4,532.
    • 254. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 13 SS00-10-30538 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $215.
    • 255. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 8 SS00-10-30521 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $3,946.
    • 256. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 9 SS00-10-30532 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $416.
    • 257. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 10 SS00-10-30535 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $151.
    • 258. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 11 SS00-10-30536 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $207.
    • 259. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order# 12 SS00-10-30537 Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $130.
    • 260. Kregel, J. J., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Task Order#6 SS00-10-30508: Subproject for Institution # PT104976, Social Security Administration/DHHS, $48,029.
    • 261. LeCrom, C. W., Education, Developing and Improving Synergies in Chinese and United States Soccer (DISCUSS), Department of State, $81,133.
    • 262. McDonnough, J. T., SOE Teach Lrng Dept, VCU Noyce Initiative, National Science Foundation, $227004.
    • 263. Moffett, C., SOE Counsl Ed SCC, Statewide Olweus Bullying Prevention Program-ESCAPe Coooperative Agreement, Virginia Department of Health, $47,067.
    • 264. Orelove, F. P., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Virginia Consortium for Teacher Preparation in Severe Disabilities, George Mason University, $-67,719.
    • 265. Orelove, F. P., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Training and Technical Assistance Center (T-TAC), Virginia Department of Education, $2,443,167.
    • 266. Orelove, F. P., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Partnership for People with Disabilities: A University Center for Excellence at VCU, Administration on Developmental Disabilities/ACF/DHHS, $528,000.
    • 267. Orelove, F. P., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Training and Technical Assistance Center (T-TAC), Virginia Department of Education, $30,000.
    • 268. Orelove, F. P., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Training and Technical Assistance Center (T-TAC), Virginia Department of Education, $530,510.
    • 269. Reed, M.E., SOE Spec Ed and DP Dept, Preparing for Change: Preparing Early Intervention and Special Education Personnel for Urban Inclusive Programs, Department of Education, $195,585.
    • 270. Ross, S. E., SOE HHP Dept, "Wll-habilitation" for Functional Ankle Instability, Mid Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association, $825.
    • 271. Schmitt, M. M., Educational Study/Adult Education/Vocational Tech, Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Program, Virginia Governor's Office for Substance Abuse, $144,110.
    • 272. Schmitt, M. M., SOE Counsl Ed SCC, DMHMRSAS Prevention Trainings and Activities Program, Virginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS, $100538.
    • 273. Schmitt, M. M., SOE Counsl Ed SCC, DBHDS Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Program, Virginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS, $2,135,724.
    • 274. Shakeshaft, C., SOE Ed Ldshp Dept, Development of Alternate Delivery Methods for VCU Component of Interdisciplinary Master's Degree, Education Courses, MathScience Innovation Center, $16,200.
    • 275. Shakeshaft, C., SOE Ed Ldshp Dept, Project ALL: Authentic Learning for Leaders [School Leadership Program], Department of Education, $1,220,003.
    • 276. Sterling, M. R., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Center for Family Involvement 2010, Virginia Department of Education, $314,339.
    • 277. Sterling, M. R., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, State Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) - Parent Student Professional Development, Virginia Department of Education, $50,000.
    • 278. Thoma, C. A., SOE Spec Ed and DP Dept, Project PREP (Preparing Reflective Evidence-Based Practitioners, Department of Education, $93,938.
    • 279. Wehman, P. H., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Creating Opportunities for Persons with the Most Significant Disabilities through Customized Employment, Chesterfield County, $25,000.
    • 280. Wehman, P. H., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Services in Supportive Housing - Training and Technical Assistance, Virginia Supportive Housing, $64,780.
    • 281. Wehman, P. H., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Employer Based Training and Placement and Transition Programs for Low Incidence Youth and Project Search Year 2, Virginia Department of Education, $32,256.
    • 282. West, M. D., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Program National Technical Assistance Center (HVRP NTAC) at VCU, Department of Labor, $424,800.
    • 283. West, M. D., SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTC, Treatment for Homeless, The Daily Planet, $68,600.
    • 284. Wilberger, S. L., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, QRIS Master Rater Traning, Virginia Department of Social Services, $202,625.
    • 285. Yarbrough, D. V., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Family Support 360: Family-to-Family Network in Virginia, Administration on Developmental Disabilities/ACF/DHHS, $200,000.
    • 286. Yarbrough, D. V., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Technical Assistance to Americorps FY11, Virginia Department of Social Services, $30,000.
    • 287. Yarbrough, D. V., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Self Advocates Leading Together (SALT), Virginia Board for People with Disabilities, $75,000.
    • 288. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Building Person-Centered Organizations: Fullfilling the Promise of Person Centered Planning., Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services/DHHS, $718,158.
    • 289. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Technical Assistance to Americorp FY10, Virginia Department of Social Services, $30,000.
    • 290. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Common Ground: Linking Wounded Warriors and Community Support Providers, Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, $132,900.
    • 291. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Early Intervention Technical Assistance (FY10), Virginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS, $403,821.
    • 292. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Systems Transformation Grant, Virginia Department of Medical Assistance, $73,349.
    • 293. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Supporting People with Challenging Behavior in Virginia, Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board, $185,000.
    • 294. Yoder, T., SOE Spec Ed and DP PPD, Center for Self-Advocacy Leadership (SAL), Administration on Developmental Disabilities/ACF/DHHS, $147,184.
    Public and Community Service Activities<br />The ten School of Education Centers continue to be highly active, visible, and engaged with our community partners as evidenced by the delivery of training, workshops, and seminars across the Commonwealth. Highlights of these activities include: <br />
    • The Center for Teacher Leadership had a very successful and productive year. The $5.9 Million Metropolitan Educational Training Alliance (META) Teacher Development and Retention Project funded by the U.S. Department of Education will complete its no cost extension year on September 30, 2010. This funding supported the first ever Center for Teacher Leadership Symposium on June 28-29, 2010 which was attended by more than 100 people representing 10 states and the District of Columbia.
    • 295. The Metropolitan Education Training Alliance (META) was awarded a $5.9 million grant by the U.S. Department of Education to design and implement a Richmond Teacher Residency (RTR) Program that integrates the research and theory behind effective urban teaching with a year-long residency under the mentorship of an exemplary classroom teacher before teaching residents become the independent teacher of record. The project will (1) recruit and prepare four cohorts of 20 teaching residents based on the staffing needs of RPS secondary schools; (2) provide support through highly trained mentors for program participants for at least the first two years of their teaching careers; (3) develop and support teacher leaders for RPS through a structured continuum of teacher leadership development that includes general, content-specific, and role-specific training; and (4) strengthen the role of RPS secondary school administrators in supporting novice teachers and teacher leaders through training in how to use teacher observations and feedback to improve student achievement and how to develop teacher leaders.
    • 296. The Clinical Faculty Program, a component of META, continued to prepare teachers for service as Clinical Faculty. Since 2001, 442 Clinical Faculty have been trained. There are 367 active Level 1 Clinical Faculty, and 64 Level II Clinical Faculty (university supervisors); 278 teachers have achieved National Board Certification.
    • 297. SOE Associates had a stellar year with continued coordination of 19 cohorts for the Master’s/Post Master’s Certificate in Educational Leadership and 15 additional cohorts in other programs, implementation of the Leadership Series, and delivery of the first SLLA tutorial. SOE Associates serves approximately 1,500 students throughout the Commonwealth each semester by coordinating all off-campus courses for the School of Education. The Office, in close cooperation with the school divisions, agencies and health institutions, professional development opportunities for teachers, clinicians, administrators and others seeking to further their education.
    • 298. The Metropolitan Education Research Consortium continued to conduct applied research with community partners including eight school divisions: Richmond, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, Powhatan, Colonial Heights, and Hopewell. MERC conducts and disseminates applied research on topics of concern and interest identified by local school divisions.
    • 299. The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center collaborated with numerous business partners in research, training, and dissemination activities to promote the employment and job retention of individuals with disabilities. The Center is an internationally recognized leader in the field of supported employment, a program now found in over 4,000 programs in the U.S. and over 30 countries worldwide. Currently, the program serves approximately 300,000 individuals with disabilities in over 400,000 local programs in the U.S. each year.
    • 300. The Literacy Institute with the VA Adult Learning Resource Center and the Office of Adult Education and Literacy and the VA Department of Education co-sponsored the Summit on the Future of Adult Education in the New Digital Age. The purpose of the Institute is to conduct research and development projects and to provide professional development in all areas of literacy across the lifespan. Founded in 2003, the Institute has received over $23 million in grants and contracts.
    • 301. The Child Development Center established collaborative relationships with the VCU School of Pharmacy, VCU Theatre Department, and Barnes and Noble Bookstore to provide special programming for children in the Center. The CDC currently serves 72 children, an increase of 12 from last year. Several key initiatives including upgrade of the physical plant with new windows and a playground, enhanced communication with parents via newsletters new list serve, Website, and Parent Advisory Council.
    • 302. The Partnership for People with Disabilities felt the effect of the economic downturn in our economy but received new and continuing awards, totaling $8,854,298. New awards expanded the work of the Va-LEND Program around training for children with autism, the work of the Partnership in family support and self-advocacy, professional development in early intervention through ARRA funds, early childhood personnel preparation programming, and helped to link Wounded Warriors and community support providers.
    All personnel preparation programs are required to have a partnership with K-12 schools. A listing of 31 partnerships implemented by specific programs (teacher preparation and educational leadership) are described in Appendix A. Report to the VA Department of Education on K-12 Partnerships, 2009-2010. For additional information on partnerships by Center and Department, see Appendix B. School of Education Partnerships and Awards by Center or Department, FY2010.<br />International Activities<br />
    • Educational Leadership continues to coordinate efforts to expand the graduate study partnership created with Visiting International Faculty. As a result, VCU SOE students and alumni now extend to Argentina, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, South Africa, Venezuela, Zaire, and Zimbabwe
    • 303. Dr. John Kregel presented a paper on “Real work for real play: A 40-year history of supported employment & technical assistance in the U.S.” (Invited presentation), Sydney, Australia.
    • 304. Educational Leadership Department Chair, Dr. Charol Shakeshaft, presented at international conferences in Augsburg, Germany and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    • 305. Dr. Joan Rhodes and Tammy Milby led a study group of ten students to New Zealand to work in the public schools
    • 306. Health and Human Performance faculty engaged in international collaborative projects: Dr. Brent Arnold (Dublin, London, Amsterdam, and Galway, IRE), Dr. Ross (Dublin and London), and Freedman (Galway), and Dr. Acevedo (University of South Wales, Australia)
    • 307. Dr. Bill Muth presented a paper at the European Prison Education Association Conference in Cyprus as a part of his ongoing research
    • 308. Educational Foundations faculty gave three international presentations in England, Belgium, and San Juan
    Challenges<br />
    • Delivering quality academic programs, nationally recognized scholarship, and meaningful service with a small number of tenure track faculty relative to national peers
    • 309. Enhancing the School of Education’s national visibility in light of budget reductions and reduced state funding
    • 310. Strengthening the School’s culture of research with increased research and scholarly faculty productivity in venues which provide national and international visibility and with increased externally funded research grants
    • 311. Growing the faculty with high quality candidates, with a particular focus on recruitment of a racially/ethnically diverse faculty
    • 312. Developing and conducting four faculty searches to fill existing vacancies which will strengthen the faculty and advance interdepartmental research.
    • 313. Recruit high quality students for the newly approved doctoral program in Leadership
    • 314. Continue to meet instructional and dissertation supervision needs of 180 doctoral students currently enrolled in SOE programs
    • 315. Continue to refine the comprehensive SOE development program and significantly increase unrestricted giving to the School
    Outcomes/objectives<br />
    • Advance national recognition to continue to offer high quality and innovative programs and initiate newly approved programs
    • 316. Increase the use of state of the art technology and technologically mediated instruction
    • 317. Increase national visibility of selected academic programs
    • 318. Continue to improve the physical plant to enhance the quality of life in Oliver Hall for our faculty and students
    <br />Appendix A.Report to the VA Department of Education on K-12 Partnerships, 2009-2010Virginia Board of Education - Standards for Biennial Approval of Education ProgramsAccountability Measurement of Partnerships and Collaborations (8VAC20-542-40.7.a)Part 1: Education Programs (excluding Administration and Supervision Programs)Name of Institution: Virginia Commonwealth UniversityContact Person: Dr. Diane SimonPhone No.: (804) 828-3382Reporting Date: July 1, 2010 NumberEducation Programs - Partnership and Collaboration NamePartnership and Collaboration Description - Please provide a brief description of the partnership and collaboration (about 50 words or less).Description of PreK-12 School Needs - Briefly describe (about 50 words or less) how the partnership and collaboration meet the identified needs of the PreK-12 community.Partners and Collaborators - Please list the names of the entities that took part in the partnership and collaboration.Evidence of Agreement - Is there written documentation with the partners and collaborators? Yes or No?1.Mary Munford Micro Teaching PartnershipA collaborative effort designed to give undergraduate health and physical education students the opportunity to teach elementary students under the supervision of a university faculty member and site professional.Undergraduate students , with the university professor, assist the site professional with daily instruction while acquiring pedagogical experience.Dr. Robert Davis: University Professor, Mr. Greg Muzik: School Principal, Mr. Cordel Watkins: Site Teaching Professional.No2.Crestwood Micro Teaching PartnershipA collaborative effort designed to give undergraduate health and physical education students the opportunity to teach elementary students under the supervision of a site professional.Undergraduate students assist the site teaching professional with daily instruction, while acquiring pedagogical experience.Ms. Vicki Miller: University Instructor, Ms. Marsha Carter: School Principal, Mr. Henry Castelvecchi: Site Teaching Professional.No3.Metropolitan Health and Physical Education Masters Degree CohortA formal agreement with Richmond City, Henrico County, Chesterfield County, and Hanover County offering a masters degree to health and physical education teaching professionals.This cohort offers advanced educational opportunities to over 25 health and physical education professionals.Dr. Edmund Acevedo: University Administrator and Advisor, Ms. Bonnie Connor Gray: Henrico County Representative, Ms. Lynne Bennett: Chesterfield County Representative, Mr. John Trott: Hanover County Representative, Mr. William James: Richmond City.Yes4.ATs In Public SchoolsAthletic Trainers are provided for five Richmond high schools.Graduate Students serve as ATs in programs that would otherwise not have ATs.Dr. Brent Arnold and Armstrong, Hugenot, Jefferson, Marshall, and Wythe High Schools.Yes5.ACT-ESLFive-year federally funded ESL training grant in collaboration with Chesterfield County.The number of ESL students is rapidly increasing in Chesterfield County and this project provides content area teachers with the skills necessary to utilize ESL pedagogy in their classes.VCU School of Education and Chesterfield County Public Schools.Yes6.eLEARN VirginiaUniversity funded community engagement project designed to develop an online GED program for at-risk students at the Richmond City Public Schools ACDC site.Students at ACDC are in danger of dropping out of school and the online GED provides another opportunity to keep them connected.VCU School of Education, the Literacy Institute at VCU and RCPS.Yes7.Richmond Early Reading First (RERF)Five - year federally funded project to improve the early literacy skills of young children. The VCU School of Education and the Literacy Institute at VCU provide literacy instruction for children and professional development for teachers in at-risk RCPS schools.Children with low literacy skills are at-risk for school success.VCU School of Education, the Literacy Institute at VCU and RCPS.Yes8.Urban Educator Certificate ProgramProfessional Development designed to provide urban teachers with new approaches to use in reaching at-risk students. The VCU School of Education and J. Sargant Reynolds Community College offer a summer institute and the possibility of earning a 15-credit Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Urban Education.There is an identified set of instructional skills and understandings that have been found to make a difference in the success of urban children. VCU School of Education and J. Sargeant Reynolds CC.Yes9.Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium (MERC)MERC is a partnership of VCU and Richmond Area school divisions working together to provide systematic, disciplined inquiry into public education.The school divisions identified the need to study practice-based issues that seemed to be influencing student success. VCU School of Education, MERC, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Henrico, Hanover, Hopewell, Powhatan, Richmond City.Yes10.Metropolitan Educational Training Alliance (META)META exists to enhance the professional development and training of teachers, administrators and other educational personnel in the respective school divisions.META is an opportunity for the four school divisions to best use their resources to meet professional development needs. Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, Richmond City and VCU.Yes11.The Virginia Center for Teaching International Studies The purpose is to enhance the teaching of international studies in Virginia's middle and high schools.Globalization has increased the need for middle and high schools to refine their curricula and instructional practices related to international studies.VCU School of Education and the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond.Yes12.VCU Project COVEThe partnership established an on-line licensure program for special educators in Superintendent's Regions I and VIII. The program provides full professional licensure in special education general curriculum.There continue to be many individuals teaching under provisional licenses.The partnership includes system administrators and teachers with VCU faculty.No (only with VDOE)13.Region I Superintendents Autism Education Professional Development ConsortiumThe partnership is developing a comprehensive personnel development program for teachers and staff members providing educational services to students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Superintendent's Region I.Three are over 1,200 students with Autism Spectrum Disorders served in the 15 school divisions in Region I. The partnership includes Superintendents, special education directors, and principals and teachers with VCU faculty.Yes14.SEDP Paraprofessional Licensure ProgramCoordinated through META, the partnership allows paraprofessionals in Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover to pursue licensure and Masters degrees in special education. The program was expanded to surrounding counties in 2009.The partnership allows paraprofessionals with Bachelors degrees to pursue licensure and Masters degrees through special scheduling and faculty mentoring relationships.The partnership includes system administrators and paraprofessionals with VCU faculty.Yes15.Post-Baccalaureate Autism Certificate ProgramThe partnership is implementing 12 credit hour post-baccalaureate certificate cohorts with Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico, Eastern Shore, and Isle of Wight school divisions.The number of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders is increasing rapidly throughout the Commonwealth. School divisions are requesting assistance from the Department of Special Education and Disability Policy in implementing their professional development programs.The partnership includes system administrators and teachers with VCU faculty.Yes16.Peter Paul Development Center CollaborativeThe partnership involves SEDP faculty and graduate students working with children and staff at the Peter Paul Development Center in screening, assessment, and tutoring activities.SEDP faculty and graduate students, led by Dr. Kevin Sutherland, are providing direct service, training, technical assistance, and materials to staff at the Center.The partnership is led by Dr. Kevin Sutherland and involves VCU Special Education faculty and staff, Peter Paul Development Center student and staff.Yes17.Clinical Counseling PartnershipThe partnership is designed to coordinate clinical placements for the Counselor Education Department.The initiative ensures that an expert counselor educator plan and implement appropriate placement and supervision for counselor education students.Dr. Jennifer Burruss, Wmsburg-James City, Hanover, Henrico, Chesterfield, Stafford, Richmond, Powhatan, Goochland School divisions and VCU.Yes18.Clinical Faculty ProgramA collaborative initiative with local school divisions to train clinical faculty who are prepared to guide, evaluate, and mentor candidates in our teacher preparation programs.To prepare teachers for service in the local school divisions.Dr. Terry Dozier and Human Resource contacts in Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico and Richmond and VCU.Yes19.Field Instruction Placement InitiativeCollaborative initiative for placement for School of Social Work students. Supervised by licensed school social workers.Interns (under supervision) perform all school social worker tasks to support the school.Dr. Elizabeth Dungee-Anderson and Dr. Timothy Davey and the school social worker supervisor at VCU.No20.Project MetroReadyThe purpose of the project is to increase the quantity, quality, and diversity of early childhood special educators who are prepared to teach in the metropolitan area. Community based learning experiences are provided in collaboration with public schools and community agencies.The program meets the need for new and fully credentialed early childhood special educators by providing tuition support for graduate students and conditionally licensed teachers (50 in total).Dr. Evelyn Reed and Belinda Hooper at VCU collaborate with state and local ECSE personnel.Yes21.VCU Noyce InitiativeNSF funded project to recruit and train minority secondary science teachers for high needs schools. Completion of the program results in an M.T. degree in the area of biology, chemistry, earth science and physics.Many schools have high numbers of provisionally certified science teachers.School divisions of Chesterfield County, Hopewell City, Richmond City, and Henrico County and VCU.Yes22.Richmond Teacher Residency ProgramProgram will increase student achievement by designing and piloting an innovative approach to recruiting, preparing, and retaining bright, capable teachers for Richmond Public Schools.Urban schools have specific challenges which traditional teacher preparation programs often do not address effectively; these teachers may be unable to meet the needs of their students and may also leave the school district in a matter of years.Richmond Public Schools and Dr. Terry Dozier, VCU.Yes<br />Appendix BSchool of Education Partnerships and Awards by Center or Department, FY 2010Awards as of 6/30/2010PI NameProject TitleAwarded Project Start DateAwarded Project End DateAssociated DepartmentSponsor Name Awarded Direct CostAwarded Indirect CostsSponsor Total Costs         FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION  Foundations DepartmentAbrams, Lisa MProject CRESST: Enhancing Clinical Research Education for Science Students and Teachers06/14/201004/30/2015SOE Foundations DeptNational Center for Research Resources/NIH/DHHS$250,000$16,934$266,934      FY 10 Awards for Foundations of Education$266,934            FOUNDATIONS TOTAL AWARD $$ $266,934      TOTAL FACR $$ $16,934      *FACR RETURN $3,895          EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP Commonwealth Educational Policy Institute (CEPI)      FY 10 Awards for CEPI$0 Center for School Improvement (CSI)      FY 10 Awards for CSI$0 Educational LeadershipShakeshaft, Charol Project ALL: Authentic Learning for Leaders [School Leadership Program]10/01/200809/30/2013SOE Ed Ldshp DeptDepartment of Education$1,066,166$153,837$1,220,003Shakeshaft, Charol Development of Alternate Delivery Methods for VCU Component of Interdisciplinary Master's Degree, Education Courses11/01/200912/31/2009SOE Ed Ldshp DeptMathScience Innovation Center$15,000$1,200$16,200Ford, Mary ECertified Registered Nurse Anesthetist's (CRNA) Perceptions Regarding Anesthesia Support Personnel (ASP)04/01/201008/31/2010SOE Ed Ldshp DeptAmerican Association of Nurse Anesthetists Foundation$3,000$450$3,450      FY 10 Awards for Educational Leadership$1,239,653             EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP TOTAL AWARD $$ $1,239,653      TOTAL FACR $$ $155,487      *FACR RETURN $35,762 HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE HHP Department        Arnold, BrentAthletic Training Practical Experience08/01/200906/30/2010SOE HHP DeptRichmond City Public Schools$84,289$12,827$97,116Evans, Ronald KMetabolic and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Following Gastric Bypass Surgery: The Role of Endothelial Progenitor Cells in Vascular Helath.07/01/200806/30/2010SOE HHP DeptAmerican Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery$15,000$7,350$22,350Evans, Ronald KCharles City Grant08/25/200912/24/2009SOE HHP DeptCharles City County Public Schools$13,007$0$13,007Ross, Scott E"Wll-habilitation" for Functional Ankle Instability12/16/200912/15/2010SOE HHP DeptMid Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association$825$4,874$825      FY 10 Awards for Health and Human Performance$133,298        HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE TOTAL AWARD $$ $133,298 TOTAL FACR $$ $25,051 *FACR RETURN $5,762 COUNSELOR EDUCATION The Center for School / Community Collaboration (SCC)        Moffett, Catherine Statewide Olweus Bullying Prevention Program-ESCAPe Coooperative Agreement09/01/200903/30/2010SOE Counsl Ed SCCVirginia Department of Health$43,581$3,486$47,067Schmitt, Michelle MSafe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Program08/01/200310/31/2010Educational Study/Adult Education/Vocational TechVirginia Governor's Office for Substance Abuse$133,435$10,675$144,110Schmitt, Michelle MDMHMRSAS Prevention Trainings and Activities Program09/15/200806/30/2010SOE Counsl Ed SCCVirginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS$95,750$4,788$100,538Schmitt, Michelle MDBHDS Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Program05/01/201006/30/2011SOE Counsl Ed SCCVirginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS$2,097,850$37,874$2,135,724      FY 10 Awards for Counselor Education$2,672,087COUNSELOR EDUCATION TOTAL AWARD $$ $2,672,087 TOTAL FACR $$ $56,823 *FACR RETURN $13,069 <br />SPECIAL EDUCATION AND DISABILITY POLICY Special Education DeptConroy, Maureen APromoting Social Emotional and Behavioral Competence in Young High Risk Children05/01/200804/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP DeptInstitute of Education Sciences/Department of Education$410,812$89,188$500,000Reed, Mary EvPreparing for Change: Preparing Early Intervention and Special Education Personnel for Urban Inclusive Programs08/01/200907/31/2013SOE Spec Ed and DP DeptDepartment of Education$258,466$4,886$195,585Thoma, Colleen AProject PREP (Preparing Reflective Evidence-Based Practitioners08/01/200807/31/2013SOE Spec Ed and DP DeptDepartment of Education$86,980$6,958$93,938FY 10 Awards for SPEDP DEPT$789,523 The Partnership for People with Disabilities (The Partnership)Allen, Bernice Virginia Family-to-Family Health Information and Education (VAF2F) Center.06/01/200805/31/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDDepartment of Health & Human Services $26,537$2,123$28,660Allen, Bernice Parent Outreach with VDH07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Health$30,111$2,852$32,963Allen, Bernice Parent Outreach with VDH07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Health$6,775$678$7,453Allen, Bernice Abuse and Neglect of Children with Disabilities FY1010/01/200908/31/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$36,426$0$36,426Bodurtha, Joann NVirginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities [Va-LEND]07/01/200406/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDMaternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA/DHHS$472,118$32,680$504,798Bodurtha, Joann NVirginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities [Va-LEND]07/01/200406/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDMaternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA/DHHS$44,113$3,053$47,166Bodurtha, Joann NEngaging Health Professionals and Families in Evidence-Based Research07/01/200706/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDMaternal and Child Health Bureau/HRSA/DHHS$27,778$2,222$30,000Buck, Deana MInclude Me Richmond02/01/201010/31/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDUnited Way of Greater Richmond$4,762$238$5,000Buck, Deana MTechnical Assistance Center for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing10/01/200911/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$299,474$23,319$322,793Buck, Deana MEarly Intervention Professional Development (ARRA)01/10/201009/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS$238,291$11,709$250,000Gilles, Donna LeVirginia Project for Children and Young Adults with Deaf-Blindness10/01/200809/30/2013SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDDepartment of Education$215,078$34,208$234,082Gilles, Donna LeVirginia Health Promotion for People with Disabilities Project02/01/200903/31/2012SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDCenters for Disease Control and Prevention/DHHS$170,540$42,567$200,000Orelove, Fred PTraining and Technical Assistance Center (T-TAC)10/01/200709/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$491,945$38,565$530,510Orelove, Fred PTraining and Technical Assistance Center (T-TAC)10/01/200709/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$2,268,849$174,318$2,443,167Orelove, Fred PPartnership for People with Disabilities: A University Center for Excellence at VCU07/01/200806/30/2013SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDAdministration on Developmental Disabilities/ACF/DHHS$704,000$0$528,000Orelove, Fred PTraining and Technical Assistance Center (T-TAC)10/01/200709/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$27,778$2,222$30,000Orelove, Fred PVirginia Consortium for Teacher Preparation in Severe Disabilities10/01/200503/31/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDGeorge Mason University($67,587)($132)($67,719)Sterling, Melanie RCenter for Family Involvement 201010/01/200909/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$291,843$22,496$314,339Sterling, Melanie RState Personnel Development Grant (SPDG) - Parent Student Professional Development09/27/200909/26/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Education$46,460$3,540$50,000Wilberger, Sandra LQRIS Master Rater Traning07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Social Services$187,630$14,995$202,625Yarbrough, Dana VFamily Support 360: Family-to-Family Network in Virginia09/30/200909/29/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDAdministration on Developmental Disabilities/ACF/DHHS$236,720$29,978$200,000Yarbrough, Dana VSelf Advocates Leading Together (SALT)10/01/200903/31/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Board for People with Disabilities$100,244$0$75,000Yarbrough, Dana VTechnical Assistance to Americorps FY1104/01/201001/10/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Social Services$27,879$2,121$30,000Yoder, Tera Systems Transformation Grant04/01/200809/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Medical Assistance$67,916$5,433$73,349Yoder, Tera Common Ground: Linking Wounded Warriors and Community Support Providers07/01/200906/30/2012SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Rehabilitative Services$121,251$11,649$132,900Yoder, Tera Early Intervention Technical Assistance (FY10)07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Mental Health, MR & SAS$384,591$19,230$403,821Yoder, Tera Supporting People with Challenging Behavior in Virginia07/01/200606/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDMiddle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board$176,366$8,634$185,000Yoder, Tera Center for Self-Advocacy Leadership (SAL)09/30/200709/29/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDAdministration on Developmental Disabilities/ACF/DHHS$196,384$0$147,184Yoder, Tera Technical Assistance to Americorp FY1003/02/200912/18/2009SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDVirginia Department of Social Services$27,896$2,104$30,000Yoder, Tera Building Person-Centered Organizations: Fullfilling the Promise of Person Centered Planning.10/01/200709/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP PPDCenters for Medicare and Medicaid Services/DHHS$724,701$31,262$718,158FY 10 Awards for PPD$7,725,675 Rehabilitation and Research and Training Center (RRTC)Brooke, Valerie AMOU - Personnel Training on Personal Assistance in the Workplace using Online Instruction Technology10/01/200909/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCAlabama Department of Rehabilitative Services$27,798$7,202$35,000Brooke, Valerie AMOU - Personnel Training on Personal Assistance in the Workplace using Online Instruction Technology10/01/200909/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCAlabama Department of Rehabilitative Services$26,377$6,468$32,845Getzel, Elizabeth ESecondary Transition Data Collection10/01/200611/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Department of Education$222,645$17,612$240,257Getzel, Elizabeth EPreparing Veterans with SCI for Post Secondary Education: Development and Implementation of a Mobile Supported Education Model07/01/200906/30/2012SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Department of Rehabilitative Services$135,109$13,261$148,370Green, James HCommunity Integration and Competetive Employment Project08/01/200907/31/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Department of Rehabilitative Services$48,824$0$48,824Kregel, John JTask Order# 8 SS00-10-30521 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$18,147$4,718$22,865Kregel, John JTask Order# 9 SS00-10-30532 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$330$86$416Kregel, John JTask Order# 10 SS00-10-30535 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$115$30$145Kregel, John JTask Order# 11 SS00-10-30536 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$156$41$197Kregel, John JTask Order# 13 SS00-10-30538 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$171$44$215Kregel, John JTask Order #16 - Travel funds to technical assistance event being held in New York, NY on March 23-24, 2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$991$258$1,249Kregel, John JTask Order# 12 SS00-10-30537 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$103$27$130Kregel, John JTask Order #25 - Travel to Concord, NH - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$100$26$126Kregel, John JVCU SPED Initiate to Support VA Dept. of Education Effort to Improve the Quality of Education Services for Children & Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders10/01/200909/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Department of Education$229,778$18,222$248,000Kregel, John JAssets for Independence - Support for people with Disabilites Initiative, Phase II09/30/200909/29/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCLewin Group, The$222,016$41,299$263,315Kregel, John JVirginia Autism Resource Center Training and Technicel Assistance Partnership07/01/200806/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCGrafton School, Inc.$155,254$12,421$167,675Kregel, John JTask Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,393$882$4,275Kregel, John JTask Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$18,147$4,718$22,865Kregel, John JTask Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$40$11$51Kregel, John JTask Order #15 - Travel funds for TA event being held in Salt Lake City, UT on March 15 and 16, 2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$2,988$777$3,765Kregel, John JTask Order #17 - Travel costs for the technical assistance event being held in Columbus, OH March 29-30, 2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$665$173$838Kregel, John JAssets for Independence - Support for people with Disabilites Initiative, Phase II09/30/200909/29/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCLewin Group, The$222,016$41,299$263,315Kregel, John JVCU SPED Initiate to Support VA Dept. of Education Effort to Improve the Quality of Education Services for Children & Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders10/01/200909/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Department of Education$229,778$18,222$248,000Kregel, John JTask Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$667,553$330,439$997,992Kregel, John JTask Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$6,192$1,610$7,802Kregel, John JTask Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$404,113$105,069$509,182Kregel, John JTask Order #3 SS00-10-30397 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,134$1,551$4,685Kregel, John JTask Order #4 SS00-10-30398 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,872$1,917$5,789Kregel, John JTask Order#6 SS00-10-30508: Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$38,119$9,910$48,029Kregel, John JTask Order# 7 SS00-10-30516 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,589$943$4,532Kregel, John JTask Order# 7 SS00-10-30516 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$18,147$4,718$22,865Kregel, John JTask Order# 8 SS00-10-30521 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,132$814$3,946Kregel, John JTask Order# 9 SS00-10-30532 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$330$86$416Kregel, John JTask Order# 10 SS00-10-30535 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$115$36$151Kregel, John JTask Order# 11 SS00-10-30536 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$156$51$207Kregel, John JTask Order# 12 SS00-10-30537 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$103$27$130Kregel, John JTask Order# 13 SS00-10-30538 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$171$44$215Kregel, John JTask Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,393$882$4,275Kregel, John JTask Order #14 SS00-10-30515 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$18,147$4,718$22,865Kregel, John JVirginia Autism Resource Center Training and Technicel Assistance Partnership07/01/200806/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCGrafton School, Inc.$155,254$12,421$167,675Kregel, John JTask Order #18 - Update/Develop training materials and conduct 3 nonclassroom based trainings - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$71,894$18,693$90,587Kregel, John JTask Order #19 - Training, supplies and travel in Denver, CO 5/16-21/2010 - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$4,033$1,048$5,081Kregel, John JTask Order 20 - Training and Travel for Manchester, NH - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,233$840$4,073Kregel, John JTask Order 20 - Training and Travel for Manchester, NH - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$18,146$4,719$22,865Kregel, John JTask Order #23 - Travel to Norman, OK - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$528$137$665Kregel, John JTask Order #26 - Travel to Boston, MA - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$100$34$134Kregel, John JTask Order #27 - Travel to Omaha, NE -Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$2,349$611$2,960Kregel, John JTask Order #24 - Travel to Wilmington, DE - Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$842$219$1,061Kregel, John JTask Order# 1 SS00-10-30145 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$404,113$105,069$509,182Kregel, John JTask Order #3 SS00-10-30397 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,134$1,551$4,685Kregel, John JTask Order#6 SS00-10-30508: Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$38,119$9,910$48,029Kregel, John JTask Order# 7 SS00-10-30516 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,589$933$4,522Kregel, John JTask Order #4 SS00-10-30398 Subproject for Institution # PT10497611/12/200911/11/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCSocial Security Administration/DHHS$3,872$1,917$5,789Wehman, Paul HCreating Opportunities for Persons with the Most Significant Disabilities through Customized Employment10/01/200909/30/2011SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCChesterfield County$25,000$6,500$25,000Wehman, Paul HEmployer Based Training and Placement and Transition Programs for Low Incidence Youth and Project Search Year 210/01/200911/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Department of Education$29,867$2,389$32,256Wehman, Paul HServices in Supportive Housing - Training and Technical Assistance10/01/200909/30/2014SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCVirginia Supportive Housing$58,982$5,798$64,780West, Michael DTreatment for Homeless09/30/200809/29/2013SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCThe Daily Planet$54,754$13,846$68,600West, Michael DHomeless Veterans' Reintegration Program National Technical Assistance Center (HVRP NTAC) at VCU07/01/200706/30/2010SOE Spec Ed and DP RRTCDepartment of Labor$397,654$27,146$424,800FY 10 Awards for RRTC$4,868,563SPECIAL EDUCATION AND DISABILITY POLICY TOTAL AWARD $$ $13,383,761TOTAL FACR $$ $1,487,489*FACR RETURN $342,123TEACHING & LEARNING; ADULT ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING      Teaching and Learning DeptBrooke, Valerie ANEXT STEPS: Building Effective Partnerships and Accessing Resources10/01/200709/30/2010SOE Teach Lrng DeptParent Educational Advocacy Training Center$6,417$1,083$7,500Cho, Seonhee Assisting, Collaborating, and Training ESL Secondary Content Teachers ACT-ESL07/02/200707/01/2012SOE Teach Lrng DeptDepartment of Education$251,939$16,853$268,792Dozier, Therese ARichmond Teacher Residency Program04/05/201004/04/2015SOE Teach Lrng DeptDepartment of Education$720,033$35,591$519,673McDonnough, Jacqueline TVCU Noyce Initiative06/01/200905/31/2014SOE Teach Lrng DeptNational Science Foundation $231,827$0$227,004FY 10 Awards for Dept.$1,022,969 Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center (VALRC) / Virginia Literacy Institute (VLI)Chin, Christopher ESupporting and Ensuring Early Language and Literacy Success (SEELLS)09/01/200808/31/2011SOE Teach Lrng VALRCDepartment of Education$1,171,583$237,333$1,408,916Chin, Christopher EVirginia Literacy Foundation01/01/201007/31/2010SOE Teach Lrng VALRCVirginia Literacy Foundation$20,140$0$20,140Gibson, Barbara EVirginia Adult Learning Resource Center-el-Civics07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Teach Lrng VALRCVirginia Department of Education$79,996$6,400$86,396Gibson, Barbara EVirginia Adult Learning Resource Center07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Teach Lrng VALRCVirginia Department of Education$1,003,458$80,277$1,083,735Gibson, Barbara EELearn Virginia07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Teach Lrng VALRCVirginia Department of Education$187,848$15,028$202,876Gibson, Barbara EVirginia Literacy Foundation -- Manager and Literacy Support Specialist Positions07/01/200906/30/2010SOE Teach Lrng VALRCVirginia Literacy Foundation$29,367$0$29,367FY 10 Awards for VALRC$2,831,430TEACHING AND LEARNING TOTAL AWARD $$$3,854,399TOTAL FACR $$$392,565*FACR RETURN $90,290CENTER FOR SPORT LEADERSHIP Center for Sport LeadershipLeCrom, Carrie WDeveloping and Improving Synergies in Chinese and United States Soccer (DISCUSS)09/02/200912/31/2011EducationDepartment of State$115,134$15,464$81,133FY 10 Awards for VALRC$81,133TEACHING AND LEARNING TOTAL AWARD $$$81,133TOTAL FACR $$$15,464*FACR RETURN $3,557   School of Education Total Awards for FY 10$21,631,265FACR: TOTAL AWARDED DOLLARS$2,132,879*SCHOOL OF EDUCATION POTENTIAL FACR RETURN$490,562*FACR Return is based on the % of expenditures incurred on the grant project.* 23% of indirect costs are returned to SOE. 18% useable fundsAverage F&A10.9%<br />

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