News & Media
- The Curry School has been named a partner in the National Center for School Safety, a new center funded by a $6 million grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance in the U.S. Department of Justice.
- A new study will examine how kindergarten teachers use math assessments to guide instruction and support children’s learning in school.
- A new study will evaluate whether improving teachers’ SEL skills makes a student-focused SEL curriculum more effective.
- Jay Hertel, a kinesiology professor at the Curry School, believes data from wearable sensors can help athletes immensely from an injury prevention and recovery standpoint.
Faculty Commentaries: Fall 2019
16-Year-Olds Deserve the Right to VoteRead More
Williams & Bonnie: The Hill
Teens are leading movements — it's time to promote policies that reflect youths' promiseRead op-ed
Nguyen & Bradshaw: The 74
How Schools Can Help Bridge the Mental Health Care Gap for Rural StudentsRead article
Resch: Richmond Times Dispatch
A call to all parents of student-athletesRead more
Alridge: Washington Post
The hidden heroes of the civil rights movement.read more
Faculty Commentaries: Spring 2019
Williford: The Hill
Establishing the building blocks of high-quality, early childhood educationRead more
Alridge: Education Post
We Cannot Go Another Month Without Teachers Knowing Black Historyread more
Why Defunding After-School Programs Will Widen the Opportunity Gapread more
Meyers: Gotham Gazette
Lessons from 'Renewal' and Beyond: What It Takes to Turn Around Our Lowest-Achieving Schoolsread more
Hart: Sports Medicine Bulletin
Active Voice: Gait Biomechanics in ACL Reconstructed Knees at Different Time Frames Post-Surgeryread more
Betsy DeVos Has Failed To Have Any Positive Impact on Public Education in Americaread more