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Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/260

The College of Education and Human Development (CE+HD) makes a concerted effort to keep in touch with its alumni and friends inside and outside of the University.

Search here for current and archived issues of the alumni and friends magazines: Connect! and Interconnect and find archives of the previous alumni magazine: Link.

The Annual Report summarizes CE+HD accomplishments. ResearchWorks highlights continuing research in the College.


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ResearchWorks: Uncovering the cognitive causes of reading difficulty: Help for struggling readers

University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development (University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development, 2008-04)
Reading may be the single most important skill for children to learn—a portal to the world of knowledge. Yet a 2003 report by the National Assessment of Educational Progress showed that more than 37 percent of fourth-grade ...

Annual Report 2006-2007: Transforming how higher education serves the world

University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development (University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development, 2007)
Transforming how higher education serves the world

Interconnect [Winter 2007-08]

University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development (University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development, 2008)

Interconnect [Fall 2007]

University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development (University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development, 2007)
Welcome to the first issue of Interconnect, a newsletter for College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) donors and for graduates and friends who are members of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association. This ...

Connect! [Winter 2008]

University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development (University of Minnesota: College of Education and Human Development, 2008)
As we enter the second half of the academic year, I look back with pride on an autumn and winter once again filled with focused hard work that led to amazing achievements. Our College’s commitment to serve as a model for ...

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