The Least of These

McKay School master’s graduate Cade Dopp helps education in Ghana through his nonprofit, Educell.

Through faculty mentorship and the drive to make a difference in the world, Cade Dopp has begun a robust educational program in the country of Ghana where they use technology to teach and tutor underprivileged children.

Graduation Speakers Announced

Two students and a McKay School administrator will speak at graduation convocation, August 2018.

At this August's graduation convocation, there will be two students, Kimberly Ellsworth and Hannah Stokes, and one administrator, Al Merkley, speaking.

Have You Caught the Reading Bug?

If participants hadn't caught the reading bug before, they did after two days at the 31st annual BYU Symposium on Books for Young Readers.

Authors, artists, educators, and editors came together for two days to hear from and be instructed by six different nationally recognized illustrators and…

31st BYU Symposium on Books for Young Readers

Book Recommendations for Young Readers

At the 31st BYU Symposium on Books for Young Readers, book enthusiasts Kathleen Pope, Cassy Lewis, Teri Dean, and Gene Nelson shared book recommendations. This…

Feed the Shepherds, Lead the Sheep

The annual LDS Educators Association Conference inspired LDS educators to teach in the Savior's way

The conference was for all LDS educators; university level, primary and secondary school teachers, Seminary, Institute, Primary, and other interested persons.…

Women TEDx speakers receive more polarized comments than men

BYU education professors Royce Kimmons and Ross Larsen, along with three other co-authors, found that though most comments on TEDx and TED-Ed videos are…