News & Media
- Last week, students in the Curry School’s school counseling master’s program traveled to Richmond to meet with legislators, network with future colleagues and advocate for their profession.
- Gail Lovette has an idea of how to improve reading performance in America’s elementary schools.
AccoladesCurry School alumna Bridget Guy, a three-time All-American, is hoping to qualify for this summer’s Olympics in Tokyo.
Faculty Commentaries: Fall 2019
Lovette: Education Week
It's Not Just Teachers Who Need a Lesson in the Science of ReadingRead More
Cornell & Mayer: NBC News
School shootings could be prevented if we intervened in cases of troubled studentsRead op-ed
Taylor & Goodman-Scott: The 74
School Counselors Are Key to Creating a Safe Place for Students. They Need More Support to Make This HappenRead Op-Ed
Dexter: Washington Post
Today’s kids might be digital natives — but a new study shows they aren’t close to being computer literateRead op-ed
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
Roberson: Richmond Times Dispatch
Pursuing a bold path for Virginia’s teaching professionRead more
Alridge: Washington Post
The hidden heroes of the civil rights movement.read more