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Kyrgyzstan Government Seeks Curry’s Expertise in School Reform


A collaboration between the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education and the government of Kyrgyzstan has the potential of becoming a game changer for future generations

U.Va.’s Curry School Hosts Delegation from Singapore


Researchers at the Curry School of Education hosted a delegation of seven education faculty and researchers from the National Institute of Education in Singapore.

Coalition of Education Providers Aims to Help Over 700 ‘High Need’ Children in Alexandria


The city of Alexandria, in conjunction with a coalition of education providers in the city, is investing in a new initiative to enhance the delivery of effective early education to

4Rs+MTP: A Teacher Consultation Model and Social-emotional Intervention With an ‘Innovative Twist’


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.

New Study Aims to Support Preschoolers’ Language and Literacy Skills, With Help From Their Parents


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).

Innovative Norfolk School Aims to Prepare All Children for Kindergarten


CASTL Scientists Present at New E3 School Kick-off

VPI + Coaches: We Are Ready to Start Making a Difference


The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) at the University of Virginia hosted more than twenty practitioners to train them in coaching, as part of the VPI + I

CASTL Piloting Interventions in Chile and Ecuador


The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) at the University of Virginia, is currently developing and piloting interventions aimed at improving the quality of c

Prof. Jennings’ Mindfulness for Teachers Gets Attention


This year, Associate Professor Patricia Jennings' book, Mindfulness for Teachers, has received attention from a variety of blogs and news outlets. ... read more

NPR and Chicago Tribune Feature CASTL’s Research on Disagreeable Teens


Disagreeable teens tend to grow up into disagreeable adults. A 10-year study finds that disagreeable teens often have no awareness that their behavior is harming their relationships. ... read more

UVA Alumni Feature Prof. Williford Twice


The U.Va. Alumni Association as featured two articles written by early childhood expert Amanda Williford, research assistant professor at the Curry School. ... read more

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