Pilot assessments seek to fill an information gap and help educators better understand the growth of students’ mathematics and social-emotional skills from first through third grades.
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The new website gives educators access to resources they can use to help children develop the important skills they need to thrive.
UVA researchers are studying how college prep programs help students succeed by developing their “learning mindset.”
Initial results from the Remaking Middle School Listening Tour reveal an important theme: adults need to elevate and center the perspectives of youth.
Los Angeles Rams Partner with UVA School of Education and Human Development to Launch Positive Youth Development Training Series for Watts Rams Coaches & LAPD Officers
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In an effort to reduce preschool suspensions and expulsions, UVA researchers and their partners are building a system to better teach adults how to support young children’s mental health.
Schools, teachers and parents are still dealing with the pandemic’s aftermath. That’s why librarian Ashley Hosbach launched this project.
One school in Chicago, guided by UVA youth development researchers, put a new model for approaching challenges in middle schools to the test.
UVA EHD alumna Paola Sánchez Valdez wrote an essay for the famed emotions expert’s latest book and makes a cameo in an HBO Max special released this month.
Teachers, school administrators, researchers and nonprofit leaders in Charlottesville are working together to build a model for how to improve computer science education in elementary schools.