Robert Emmett Mullin Endowed Graduate Scholarship in Educational Issues, Practices and Policies

The intent of this scholarship is to address current challenges and or concerns facing twenty-first century educators – educational issues, practices and policies – that may be seen through a variety of scholarly viewpoints including: political, historical, sociological, psychological, financial as well as educational. Graduate students will compete for this scholarship by writing an essay explaining how their graduate education will serve them in affecting positive change in the field of education. The topics that may possibly be addressed could include: Charter Schools, Home Schooling, Common Core Learning, Education for the Gifted and Talented, Teacher Tenure, Pupil Testing, Public School Financing, Pupil Vouchers for School Choice, the “No Child Left Behind” Law, etc.

Award
$1000.00
Deadline
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please write an essay explaining how your graduate education will serve you in affecting positive change in the field of education. Topics could include: Charter Schools, Home Schooling, Common Core Learning, Education for the Gifted and Talented, Teacher Tenure, Pupil Testing, Public School Financing, Pupil Vouchers for School Choice, the “No Child Left Behind” Law, etc.