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Video is Posted for Mulvey Talk on Adolescent Offenders
Edward Mulvey spoke about his study, a longitudinal project following 1,354 serious adolescent offenders for seven years after their appearance in court.…
Williford Brings Research-Based Strategies to Teachers Supporting Young Children’s Self-Regulation
Curry research assistant professor Amanda Williford works with early childhood educators through the Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.…
Counselor Ed Students Take 3rd Place in Ethics Competition
our master's students in the Curry School's Counselor Education program placed 3rd in this year's American Counseling Association Ethics Competition.…
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Improving Students’ Social and Emotional Skills Can Lead to Academic Gains
Classroom programs designed to improve elementary school students’ social and emotional skills can also increase reading and math achievement, the U.Va.-led study finds.
The Curry School Partners with the Virginia Early Childhood Foundation to Offer Free Online Course
The Curry School Receives $1M to Boost Pipeline of Early Childhood Special Education Professors
The LTC program will support doctoral students in the Curry School's Special Education program who are seeking an emphasis in early childhood special education.
U.Va. Researchers Find that Kindergarten Is the New First Grade
Daphna Bassok and colleague find that learning to read and write is taking up more and more of a kindergartner’s school day, crowding out all other activities, including art and play time.
U.Va. Receives Grant to Measure Long-Term Impact of Mentoring Young Women
In 2007, at-risk female seventh-graders were selected to either participate in the leadership program or not. Those girls are now high-school seniors, and researchers are seeking to compare their experiences since middle school.
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EdPolicyWorks Researchers Author 17 Key Presentations at AEFP
Members from EdPolicyWorks head to the AEFP annual meetings in TX, leading a number of key presentations and one faculty winning an award.
Prof. Gibbs Wins Award from the Association for Education Finance & Policy
Chloe Gibbs, a researcher at EdPolicyWorks, joins an elite group of research award recipients from AEFP.
Counselor Ed Student Named Chi Sigma Iota Leadership Fellow
The Rho Beta Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota is proud to announce the selection of Curry School of Education student Emily Bess as a Leadership Fellow for 2014-2015.
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Growing Leaders of Tomorrow: Mindsets, Diversity, and the Dream
Curry’s Big Read 2013-2014 - Book Talks
Video: Bridget Terry Long gives Curry Research Lecture on 11/22/13
Video: Dan Goldhaber gives Ed Policy Seminar on 11/11/13
Ruffner Hall Undergoes Complete Renovation
Gingerbreadical Village - 2013
Youth-Nex Conference on Physical Health & Well-Being
NCRECE: Pianta Shares Results and Lessons Learned
Curry Foundation Donor Appreciation and Awards Dinner
The Appreciation Event 2013
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