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Prof. Deutsch Leads Discussion on Gender-Based Violence Through Institute Hosted at UVA

06/24/16

The Curry School of Education, on behalf of UVA, hosted a pilot program that concentrated on the creation of action plans for preventing and addressing gender-based violence in our

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Smithsonian, Curry Give Students Chance to Reinvent Famous Creations

06/24/16

Students participating in the Curry School’s summer engineering academy are displaying their recreations of American inventions at the Smithsonian’s Museum of American History.

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Sweat Equity

06/07/16

Two Curry School of Education alumni found their own schooling to be great preparation for starting their own business, a treadmill-based fitness studio called tread HAPPY.

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New E3 School and Curry Faculty Featured in Video

06/06/16

The New E3 School in Norfolk, an innovative laboratory school that aims to prepare children between ages one and five for kindergarten-readiness, is featured in a new video. The vi

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Prof. Duke’s New Book Wary of Top-Down School Reform

06/06/16

Daniel Duke examines the education policies of the Bush and Obama administrations and their impact on state and local efforts to improve the lowest-performing schools.

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MEDIA ALERT: Kids in Prek Receive Higher Quality Care, Are Better Prepared Than In Home-Based Care

06/01/16

New research from the Curry School of Education shows children in home-based child care settings experience lower quality care and lower school readiness.

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‘Deep Dive’ Study Aims to Map How Children’s School Readiness Skills Develop

05/26/16

Researchers at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, in partnership with faculty at Arizona State University and New York University, are setting out to map how c

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Summer 2016 at the Curry School

05/26/16

During the summer of 2016, the Curry School will host athletic trainers, undergraduate researchers, young readers, high achieving middle and high schoolers, educators and more!

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Ed Policy Grad Student Pens Blog Post About Higher Ed Access

05/20/16

Katharine Meyer, a Ed Policy students in the MPP/Ph.D dual degree program, talks about her work to increase higher education opportunities for low-income students, while reflecting

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Class of 2016: Undergrad Researcher Returns for Curry Ph.D.

05/16/16

Shannon Varga, an alumna of Curry's summer undergraduate research program, discusses her track to the Curry School and the work she did as a Ph.D. student.

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Class of 2016: Curry School Graduates Inaugural Class of Newest Major

05/05/16

Six students make up the inaugural graduating class of Youth and Social Innovation (YSI) majors from the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education.

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Reducing Teachers’ Stress Leads to Higher Quality Classrooms

05/02/16

Teachers who regularly use stress-reducing strategies increase their abilities to cope with the demands of the career and are positioned to be more effective teachers.

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Class of 2016: Refugees, Language and Identity

05/01/16

From Syrians living in Lebanon to Iraqis living in Central, Virginia, Fares Karam is discovering how learning English plays a role in refugees' education.

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Class of 2016: Creating Autism-Friendly Theater Experiences For Children

05/01/16

During her time at the Curry School, Ana Mendleson founded the Autism Theatre Project, an organization making live theater assessable for children with sensory sensitivity.

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Ed Policy Ph.D Alumna Reflects on Her Time at Curry and in the MPP Dual Degree Program

04/26/16

Eva Galdo discusses her current work and reflects on her time in the VEST Program.

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Prof. Castleman: How to Pay for Success in Higher Education

04/25/16

Prof. Ben Castleman and Zach Sullivan, an EdPolicyWorks graduate student, write a new blog posting about success in higher education and student loans.

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Ed Policy Graduate Student Joins AEI’s 2016 Academy on Education Policy

04/24/16

The American Enterprise Institute announces the 2016 Ed Policy Academy cohort and it includes Preston Magouirk, an Education Policy doctoral student.

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Digital Kids Test Classroom Management Skills of Teachers-in-Training

04/18/16

Standing in front of a classroom for the first time is already nerve-wracking for teachers in training. So what happens when that kid in the third row slips out his cell phone?

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‘Digital Badge’: An Alternative Way to Certify Early Education Teachers

04/12/16

A partnership between researchers at the Curry School and Minnieland Academy has the potential to introduce another avenue for early childhood teachers could become certified.

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Student Profile: Francisca Romo Aims to Return to Chile and Make a Difference

04/12/16

Student profile of Francisca Romo

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