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04/18/14

Curry and CASTL Host Researchers Doing Work in Ecuador

Curry and CASTL host researchers who have completed large-scale research in Ecuador. ... read more

04/03/14

Curry Graduate Student Takes On Leadership Role at National Research Conference

Graduate student Carol Paxton chosen as division representative for AERA Annual Meeting. ... read more

04/01/14

Members from VEST participate in key roles at CRC

VEST fellows and faculty hold key positions at CRC this year from presenters to reviewers and judges.

04/01/14

Curry Faculty and Students Head to AERA

Curry School faculty and students lead a number of key presentations at AERA.

03/21/14

LoCasale-Crouch Discusses VEST and Why She Stayed at the Curry School

Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch talks about the VEST program and her experience as a student to professor at Curry.

03/06/14

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.

03/05/14

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. ... read more

01/31/14

Grissmer Discusses Improving Preschool Through Research in New York Times Op-Ed

Curry research professor David Grissmer discusses the importance of improving knowledge about what works and what doesn't work in preschool. ... read more

01/31/14

Undergraduate Gets Hands-On Experience in Education Reform at the Curry School

Third-year student Ashley Blackwell discusses how her experience as an undergraduate research assistant at the Curry School informed her approach to education reform.

01/17/14

Specific Teacher-Child Interactions Support Children’s Development in Varying Areas

Researchers found that supports provided by teachers beyond instructional interactions matter for children's academic progress.

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