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A new book co-edited by special education professor Michael Kennedy features six pillar practices teachers can utilize to support all their students, including students with disabilities.

After teaching in both Colorado and Kenya, Jo DiGennaro came to UVA to earn her M.Ed. in educational psychology: applied developmental science. This fall, she will begin a doctoral program at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.

Kelli Bird and Ben Castleman authored a commentary discussing ways selective colleges and universities can increase the numbers of lower-income students.

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Supported and inspired by her teachers as a child, Kyndall Foster hopes to pass on that experience to her future students. She is graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Education in elementary education.

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These annual awards are among the highest teaching honors given by the University of Virginia.

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Cathy Balfanz, an elementary school teacher, came to the UVA School of Education and Human Development to complete her Master of Education with a focus on literacy.

A love of learning – particularly reading and writing – led Brittany to a career teaching high school English Language Arts. She is graduating with her M.T. in English Education.

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The expanded reading education program offerings are designed to provide additional pathways and prepare high-quality reading specialists to help meet literacy needs in Virginia.

The partnership between UVA and the Charlottesville City Schools is one of two new lab school proposals approved by the Virginia Board of Education this week.

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Can I change majors? What’s the best way to make new friends? YSI major and Lawn resident, Rachel Moore shares her insights with the Class of 2028.

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