In VPM interview, education policy researcher Beth Schueler discusses the impact of COVID on Virginia’s students and her research on ways to support learning loss.
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More teachers returned to their classrooms in the fall of 2020 than in the previous 8 years, then teacher retention dropped dramatically in the fall of 2021.
Professor Sarah Turner offers insights into student loan payment policies.
A team of UVA researchers will be working with partners in South Carolina and Missouri to deploy and test virtual professional development for school mental health providers.
High-dosage tutoring, an evidence-based tool used in successful school turnarounds, can increase students’ pandemic-related limited learning gains.
A new study from the UVA-led Virginia Partnership for School Mental Health found promising results testing a virtual professional development program for school mental health providers.
New data shows literacy scores fell during the pandemic. Education professor Emily Solari explains what it will take to recover from these disrupted learning opportunities.
Working in partnership with policymakers, Associate Professor Daphna Bassok aims to provide long-term solutions to real-world problems for America's youngest learners.
It’s difficult to describe – but when you feel it, you know it. Welcomed, at home, accepted for exactly who you are. You belong. Karen Kurotsuchi Inkelas has built a career out of studying college...
According to new survey data, job satisfaction among Virginia teachers remained stable from 2019 through early 2021. But will that resilience persist through the pandemic’s second year?