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07/28/14

Prof. Castleman Does Q&A on Supporting Low-Income Students and Challenges to Retention

Ben Castleman, a researcher at EdPolicyWorks, does radio Q&A about supporting low-income students and the challenges to retention.… Prof. Castleman Does Q&A on Supporting Low-Income Students and Challenges to Retention

07/28/14

Recent Grad’s Dissertation Work Featured in Richmond Times

Carmen Foster a 2014 graduate of the social foundations program was featured for her work on the history of the integration of a Richmond school.… Recent Grad’s Dissertation Work Featured in Richmond Times

07/23/14

Kinesiology Alumnus Earns ACC, NCAA Scholarships

Thomas Porter, a former member of the University of Virginia men’s cross country team and 2014 graduate of the Curry School of Education’s kinesiology program, has earned scholarships for graduate-level study from both the ACC and NCAA. … Kinesiology Alumnus Earns ACC, NCAA Scholarships

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Press Releases


07/23/14

U.Va. Education and Business Students Tackle Education Challenges

Three University of Virginia graduate students enrolled in a business and education dual-degree program are focusing their unique perspectives on a variety of challenges facing education on the world stage during their summer internships.

07/17/14

Curry Professor’s Research on College Access and Retention Program Wins National Award

A U.Va. study by Curry researcher Ben Castleman examining the impact intensive advising has on college graduation rates of low-income, first-generation students is one of three winners of a national competition.

07/07/14

Newly Funded Curry School Research to Evaluate Education Innovations

Students from pre-kindergartners to high school seniors will benefit from the studies, funded by nearly $10 million in federal grants.

06/23/14

Ed Leadership Student Appointed to Leadership Team with U21

A&S doctoral student Frank Perrone has been appointed to the leadership team of the Forum for International Networking in Education (FINE).

06/11/14

Tenure Reform Increases Voluntary Attrition of Less Effective Teachers in NYC, New Study Finds

A new study of New York City schools shows that recent teacher tenure reforms dramatically reduced the portion of teachers approved for tenure.

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Articles


07/24/14

Two SURP Interns Describe Their Preparation for Graduate School

Two SURP interns share their experiences with preparing for graduate school while working on a project with Joanna Lee Williams and Nancy Deutsch.

07/16/14

Curry Resources and Support are Key for Two SURP Interns

Two SURP interns share their experiences with the support and resources provided while working on a project with Chris Hulleman and Beth Cottone.

07/06/14

Teamwork is the Foundation for Graduate School for Two SURP Interns

Two SURP interns share their experiences with teamwork while working on a project with Nancy Deutsch and Valerie Futch.

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