David C. Anchin Center

Dedicated to education quality and improvements in the teaching profession, the Center facilitates and promotes networking opportunities among school districts, Colleges within USF, the business community, and other education-related agencies and activities

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Anchin staff and College of Education faculty planning meeting on collecting data for Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)

PROMiSE

Partnership to Rejuvenate and Optimize Mathematics and Science Education in Florida (PROMiSE): Planning session with USF and school district partners

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Members of the Florida PROMiSE (Partnership to Rejuvenate and Optimize Mathematics and Science Education) executive

To learn more go to: http://flpromise.org/

 

Dr. Kersaint meets with faculty members from the College of Engineering to discuss possibility of seeking a collaborative grant to enhance STEM education

Visiting Educators from Aruba

David C. Anchin Center was honored to host a group of educators from Aruba during their tour and exploration of the USF College of Education

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HCPS Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Students visiting USF Campus talking with Anchin Graduate Research Associates

 

Pasco County Superitendent Heather Fiorentino (left) and her leadership team meet with Anchin administrators

   

In collaboration with faculty and centers in the College of Education, the DAVID C. ANCHIN CENTER strives to assure excellence in the educational future of Florida and the nation through educational research and development. Collectively, we prepare new generations of effective educational leaders and educators, recognize and reward creativity and resourcefulness, generate and communicate innovative concepts and approaches, apply technological innovations to the education enterprise, and work with educators, parents, corporate community, and policymakers to effect changes needed to reinvent our schools. The Center leverages human and capital resources to develop, support, enhance, and showcase initiatives, programs, and research that support the advancement of teaching.

In sum, the mission of the Anchin Center is to work with educators and leaders to restructure and improve the quality of education and the teaching profession. The Center will institute and support a wide range of programs designed to reassert our nation’s commitment to and preeminence in education. The Center facilitates and promotes networking opportunities among school districts, Colleges within USF, the business community, and other education-related agencies and activities.