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Graduate Programs and CASTL

10/21/14

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

10/14/14

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

09/26/14

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


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

09/22/14

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

09/22/14

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

09/16/14

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


Workshop focuses on self-regulation skills of young kids

09/16/14

Teachers who want to learn more about how to help kids self-regulate their emotions in the classroom, are invited to take part in a workshop led by research professor Amanda Williford from CASTL ... read more


Williford is Briefing Lawmakers on the Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Project

09/15/14

Research professor Amanda Williford is in the process of briefing state lawmakers on the Virginia Kindergarten Readiness Project. ... read more



Curry Resources and Support are Key for Two SURP Interns

07/16/14

Two SURP interns share their experiences with the support and resources provided while working on a project with Chris Hulleman and Beth Cottone.


Newly Funded Curry School Research to Evaluate Education Innovations

07/07/14

Students from pre-kindergartners to high school seniors will benefit from the studies, funded by nearly $10 million in federal grants.


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