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Student Profile: Micela Leis Wants Every Child to Feel Excited About Going to School


Remember those days as a child, waking up and feeling excited about going to school? Micela Leis does vividly. It’s one of the reasons she became a teacher

Dean Pianta Discusses New Report on TX Pre-K with KERA Radio


In a recent visit to Texas, Curry School Dean Robert Pianta discusses his report analyzing the state of pre-kindergarten offerings in the state. ... read more

Curry Early Childhood Researchers Sign Consensus Letter to Support Increased Investments


Curry researchers in early childhood are founding signatures in an open letter to increase investments in high-quality early childhood education.

Alumna Laura Brock Reflects on her Research Training at Curry


Laura Brock, a Curry graduate and former VEST alumna, talks about her time at U.Va. and research colleagues she has continued to work with at Curry.

Does It Work? Curry’s VEST Fellows Apply Science to Improve Education


A program at the Curry School of Education, now headed into its second decade, trains doctoral students to use research to attack some of the thorniest issues in K-12 education.

Graduate Programs and CASTL


The faculty at the Curry School of Education and the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) work with doctoral and masters students enrolled in several nationally-ranked programs. ... read more

Student Profile: Sadie Hasbrouck wants to make a difference


Making a difference directly for those who need it. That is what 3rd year graduate student Sadie Hasbrouck pursues on a daily basis at the Curry School of Education.

Hulleman’s research featured in Slate


Chris S. Hulleman featured in online magazine Slate ... read more

Cameron’s Research Contributes to Discussion About Why Girls Get Better Grades Than Boys


Do today’s grading methods skew in girls’ favor? The Atlantic explores this topic in search for answers ... read more

Hulleman Featured in the New York Times


CASTL's Chris S. Hulleman was recently featured in the New York Times in an article entitled 'Liking Work Really Matters' ... read more

CASTL relocates to Ruffner Hall


The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning relocates to Ruffner Hall ... read more

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