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Curriculum and Instruction News

Ted and Mary Kellner are adding to their legacy at UW-Madison, and they are doing so in a big way. The Milwaukee-area couple, whose generosity to their alma mater spans the campus, will make a $25 million commitment to the UW as part of the university's current $3.2 billion All Ways Forward comprehensive campaign. Mary Kellner is an alumna of the School of Education, having earned her bachelor's degree in elementary education from UW-Madison in 1968.
If you're interested in studying comparative education in China next summer, apply for a four-week study abroad program led by School of Education Professor Maggie Hawkins. UW Comparative Education in Xian, China gives students many opportunities to learn about Chinese education, meet and get to know Chinese students, and explore the cities of Xian and Beijing. In addition, students will be able to collaborate with Chinese peers and visit schools in order to observe and learn about schooling and teaching.
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