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A statewide partnership aims to build a well-connected network of school mental health professionals by pairing graduate trainees with under-resourced school divisions.

Education professors Gail Lovette and Bill Therrien played large roles in this week’s Flint water crisis lawsuit settlement, which provided at least $9 million for special education funding.

Amid a global pandemic and nationwide protests, one UVA research project has forged new virtual connections that bring lessons from civil-rights-era teachers to present-day educators.

Researchers at the School of Education and Human Development believe a simple relationship-building technique designed for classrooms can make a positive impact for families social distancing at home.

The University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education and Human Development will pilot a new curriculum in 100 early childhood classrooms, half private and faith-based and half state or federally funded, over the next two years.

Virginia and Louisiana landed nearly $18M in federal grants to enhance their early childhood education initiatives. UVA researchers are a critical part of both projects.

The Sheila C. Johnson Center provides multidisciplinary clinical training for students and services to the community. Its new director shares how data and technology are transforming the field – and improving experiences for students and clients.

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With funding from the General Assembly, the commonwealth will require all school divisions to implement a suite of kindergarten readiness assessments developed by Curry School researchers.

New Video Series Uses Real Classroom Demonstrations of High-Leverage Practices (HLPs) HLPs Address the Most Critical Practices Every K–12 Teacher Should Master

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and education leaders from across the state gathered Tuesday at the Curry School of Education to seek innovative solutions to the teacher shortage.