Tara Hofkens will lead an effort to assess the impacts of an inquiry-driven learning model designed specifically for middle school students.
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Three School of Education and Human Development faculty members received a $321,000 large research grant from the Spencer Foundation to conduct a mixed-methods study engaging African American children in participatory research.
UVA students studying to become school counselors are learning how to translate research into practitioner-focused briefs, building their own skills and benefiting counselors already in schools.
Designed as a guiding light for those supporting adolescents, Portrait of a Thriving Youth is a dynamic picture of what youth need to flourish.
Professor Deutsch was recognized for her decades-long work as a citizen and scholar to improve the lives of adolescents.
Associate Professor Jamie Jirout and Research Associate Natalie Evans co-authored this commentary with Kathy Hirsh-Pasek for the Brookings Institution.
A UVA expert discusses the U.S. Surgeon General’s concerns and offers advice on social media use.
With the help of simulation technology and a unique research partnership, UVA student-athletes put their lived experience and academic knowledge to use supporting a youth football program in Los Angeles.
At EHD, Polly Wu discovered the perfect program that aligned with her interests in youth outside the traditional classroom setting: the Youth and Social Innovation major.
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A chance meeting seven years ago has turned into a years-long partnership to support the wellbeing of indigenous adolescents.