A conference this week will highlight youths’ strengths and emphasize the value in cultural connections.Read More
Educational researchers at the University of Virginia and Fordham University are combining forces to conduct a large study in dozens of New York City schools starting this fall.
Preschoolers who are at risk of developing later reading difficulties are the subject of a new study funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES).
CASTL Scientists Present at New E3 School Kick-off
University researchers received $9.2 million for four projects that will research and seek to improve the learning experiences of K-12 students in Virginia and beyond.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) is an 10-week education research internship hosted by the Curry School of Education at U.Va, with support from interdisciplinary faculty, administrators, students and staff across the university. The program aims to provide undergraduate students from underrepresented groups with valuable educational research and professional development experience to better prepare them for careers in academics, policy, or research organizations. During the 2015 summer, eight interns from across the U.S. worked on research projects, attended workshops and presented at a research conference. Read more about each intern and their research project from our 2015 Question and Answer series: Dr.s Tolan & Williams, Dr. Kennedy, Dr. Deutsch, and Futch & Deutsch.
As part of The Math Forum & NCTM’s 2015 Ignite Talks in Boston, MA on April 16, 2015,, Associate Professor Robert Q. Berry, III gives his talk, “#blackkidsdomath: Changing the Narrative”.
Curry School faculty and staff gathered on May 14 to honor faculty members who have retired over the past academic year: Laura Smolkin,Rebecca Kneedler, David Brenemen, Sandi Cohen, Joanne McNergney, and Bob McNergney.
Photo highlights of the #DiverseUVA Photo Campaign held at the Curry School of Education on April 22nd and 23rd, 2015.