Amanda Williford, research associate professor at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, was one of several faculty members invited to attend a National Summit on Early Childhood Education in Orlando, Florida.
Max Gaitan, a masters student in kinesiology's exercise physiology program, has received an award and invitation to present his thesis research.
A meta-analysis conducted by Prof. Hulleman was referenced and linked to by New York Magazine’s Science of Us Blog.
Three articles produced by research faculty at the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) were among the top ten most-cited articles in the journal of Early Education and Development (EE&D) over the past five years.
Research by Professors Bassok, Miller, Wong & Pianta are cited in new White House Issue Brief on Early Childhood.
Research on teacher turnover and quality by Prof. Wyckoff and alumna Mindy Adnot makes top 5 Best of 2016 teacher quality research articles.
The most recent issue of Future of Children, which takes a fresh look at the evidence for high-quality preschool and its integration within K-3 education, includes an article penned by research faculty at the Curry School of Education
The grant will focus on evaluation, and complements funding for implementation in the upcoming year.
Expert researchers and clinicians from around the world convened in Spain to advance knowledge of health and psychology for children and adolescents. Read abstracts from 25 symposia.
Prof. Amanda Williford, Research Associate Professor at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, is featured in a PBS special program called “The Building Blocks of Our Future: A Look at Quality Early Education.” The progra