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Celebrating Curry Couples

The Curry School attracts bright, talented students who have a passion for serving the public through education and other human service fields. Passion is not limited here to academic studies, however. You may not think of Curry as an especially romantic setting, but every spring brings news of new marriage proposals among student couples. Read More »

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Reducing Suspensions and Increasing School Safety

Across the nation black students are suspended and expelled at a rate three times greater than white students, according to new data just released by the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights. On average, 5 percent of white students are suspended, compared to 16 percent of black students. Read More »

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Toddlers to Teens: Curry Research Parents Can Use

Curry School faculty and education scientists conduct studies on the academic, emotional, social, and physical wellbeing of kids across the span of childhood. Here are some samples of their recent findings and their implications for parents. Read More »

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Puzzling Over Student Teaching

Stepping into student teaching was like dropping a 1,000-piece puzzle on the floor and trying to put it together overnight. I had no idea where to start. And I felt completely … Read More »

Alumni News & Class Notes

  #Think Tweets: 100 transformative tweets for educators by L.C. Brown, D. Cabrera, and L. ... [more]

received the 2014 eSchool News Media Tech Savvy Superintendent Award  and was named to the ... [more]

moved to Norway at Hedmark University College as associate professor of Sport Psychology ... [more]

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Alumni Books

  #Think Tweets: 100 transformative tweets for educators by L.C. Brown, D. Cabrera, and L. Cabrera (2013) ... [more]

  All the Scattered Pieces by Robert F. Jackson, Jr. This book  is Jackson’s third in his Western trilogy, Sunny of the Old Southwest, concerning refugees from the Long Walk of the Navajo and incarcer ... [more]

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Alumni Spotlight

“As I sit here on the deck, I bask in the beauty and peace that emanates from my back yard. The sound of the creek and the riders on bikes on the W&OD bike path are within sight and sound. The daffodils and flowering cherry trees are in their glory; the sweet smell of the […] ... [more]

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Curry Blog

Guest Post by Maggie Thornton (M.Ed. ’11 English Ed)   I need two of me. My students reall ... [more]

Alex Piedra (M.T. ’11 Soc Studies Ed) writes a blog called Mr. Piedra’s Classroom about me ... [more]

Guest post by Nicholas Langsdorf (M.Ed. ’11 C&I) “You won’t be coming back next year. ... [more]

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