A program at the Curry School of Education, now headed into its second decade, trains doctoral students to use research to attack some of the thorniest issues in K-12 education.
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November 02, 2014
October 13, 2014
The grants from the National Institutes of Justice will support the evaluation of two distinct programs aimed at preventing school violence.
September 28, 2014
With three grants from the National Science Foundation totaling $4.4 million, Curry School of Education researchers will seek to widen the pipeline for those entering science, technology, engineering and math careers.
August 07, 2014
Catherine Bradshaw will discuss effective ways of preventing mental health and behavioral issues, and has a particular interest in prevention issues in war-torn and low-resource areas of the world.
July 30, 2014
This summer, three students currently enrolled in the program are fulfilling a summer internship requirement at organizations in Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Amsterdam and Helsinki.
May 05, 2014
Kristen Kipps saw a need and heard a call, leading her to spend the next year working for the Special Hope Network, an organization dedicated to improving the lives and education of Zambian children with intellectual disabilities and their families.
May 01, 2014
Sparking students’ interest in STEM careers may begin long before they arrive in college. A pair of state grants seeks to give Virginia elementary, middle and high school teachers the tools they need to become more effective science and math teachers.
February 03, 2014
The grant will support the Curry School’s new four-year doctoral program, which will offer students full tuition support and the opportunity to partner with agencies and schools that serve children from high-poverty and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
January 29, 2014
Learning to read and write is taking up more and more of a kindergartner’s school day, crowding out all other activities, including art and play time.
January 28, 2014
In 2007, at-risk female seventh-graders were selected to either participate in the leadership program or not. Those girls are now high-school seniors, and researchers are seeking to compare their experiences since middle school.