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Student Profile: Amy Roberts Wants her Research to Impact Teachers and Policy Makers

04/20/15

Student Profile: Amy Roberts Wants her Research to Impact Teachers as well as Policy Makers

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Curry Faculty a Part of Unprecedented 5 Jefferson Trust Grants

04/20/15

For 2015, the University of Virginia's Jefferson Trust awarded 14 grants. Curry School faculty are a part of more than one-third of the projects.

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Student Spotlight: Scott Latham Broadens His Interests in Education Policy at U.Va.

04/17/15

Scott Latham, a Ph.D student in the Education Policy Program and a Batten MPP graduate, discusses his research and experience at Curry.

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Curry Undergrads, Faculty Make Appearance in Several 2015-16 JPC Projects

04/13/15

Curry School undergraduate students and faculty are a part of five public service projects selected by the Jefferson Public Citizen program for the 2015-16 academic year.

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Curry School Students and Faculty Have Strong Showing at Annual Education Research Conference

04/09/15

This week, faculty members and students at the Curry School of Education are joining education researchers from around the globe for the AERA annual meeting.

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U.Va.‘s Curry School of Education Offering its First Online Degrees

04/06/15

Now teachers and other professionals will not have to interrupt their careers to return to Curry in order to gain additional credentials.

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Curry Student Studies Refugees Learning in a Foreign Land

03/27/15

Curry School of Education doctoral student Fares Karam is researching how Arabs displaced by violence adapt linguistically to classrooms in their new countries, whether in Lebanon

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5 Questions for Prof. Josipa Roksa

03/26/15

Josipa Roksa sits down with Hoos Network to answer 5 questions about her research and work.

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Students Take Charge at Sixth Annual Curry Research Conference

03/24/15

The entirely student-run Curry Research Conference was held for the sixth time this Friday in Bavaro Hall on the Grounds of U.Va.

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Curry School hosts “Culture in Disability” lecture

03/24/15

Professor Alfredo Artiles discusses race, cultural framings, research.

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For Preschoolers, Math Means More Than Counting to 10

03/16/15

A new curriculum with teacher supports is teaching important math and science concepts to pre-K students, concepts that might be more important in the long run than reading skills.

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Curry School Sustains Rankings Among the Nation’s Best

03/10/15

For the third consecutive year, the Curry School of Education was ranked #22 in the 2016 U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate School rankings.

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Curry Student Leader One of UVA’s First QuestBridge Scholars

03/04/15

Curry School Teacher Education student Marvin Nogueda is a member of the University of Virginia’s first graduating class of QuestBridge Scholars.

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Holland Banse wants to bridge the gap between research and practice

03/03/15

Profile of Educational Psychology-Applied Developmental Science graduate student Holland Banse

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The Curry Bookshelf: Mindfulness for Teachers

02/25/15

Mindfulness for Teachers is the latest book by Associate Professor Tish Jennings, an expert in the social and emotional dynamics of educational settings.

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Speech Pathology Students Support Wounded Warriors

02/23/15

Curry School students helped make the 11th annual Wounded Warriors Weekend at Wintergreen Resort a success.

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EdPolicyWorks Researchers Represent Over 27 Presenting Roles at AEFP

02/23/15

Faculty and graduate students doing research in education policy will led key presentations at the AEFP conference and two will be receiving awards.

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Two Grad Students at EdPolicyWorks Win New Scholars Award at AEFP

02/22/15

Mindy Adnot and Alex Smith will receive the AEFP 2015 New Scholars Award this week to recognize their education policy research.

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Relationship Blindness: How Disagreeable Teens Don’t See What Their Friends Do

02/20/15

Have you ever had that one friend? The one that was constantly creating conflict and would never admit fault? The one friend that made you work extra hard to keep the friendship go

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The Curry Bookshelf: Leadership for Low-Performing Schools

02/20/15

Leadership for Low-Performing Schools pulls together decades of Daniel Duke’s work engaged in preparing educators to turn around chronically low-performing schools.

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