Since 1926, the Mills College Children’s School (MCCS) has conducted rich and varied research on child behavior and development—a history that Professor Emerita of Education Edna Mitchell wanted to document in its own book. Published independently last April, Early Childhood Education Through the Ages: A Partial History of the Mills College Children’s School covers the
The sequence of events that brought visiting professor Maha El Said to the Mills campus as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar for the fall semester can be traced as far back as 1993. That’s when she and Professor of English Elmaz Abinader first met at a conference in Cairo, where El Said has taught for decades,
The pandemic heightened the challenges that teachers face in urban schools. School of Education graduates are well-prepared for them.
On the event of her inauguration, the 14th president of Mills College reflects on the adaptability that has marked the College throughout its history and observes how Mills graduates make positive change in society.
Ninety years after its founding, the Mills College Children’s School utilizes a comprehensive, hands-on approach to help student teachers cultivate academic, social, and emotional intelligence in young learners.
Community-based writing workshops, led by Mills students, help marginalized people find their voice.
Mathematicians are a rare breed—female mathematicians are rarer still. But what attracts women to math, and how is Mills cultivating those who hear the call?
As young people increasingly find a sense of community online, what are the effects on their participation in civic life? Education professor Joseph Kahne explores the question.