New ways to communicate could keep preschoolers with challenging behaviors in classrooms, a UVA researcher says.
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UVA professor Martin Block’s connection with Special Olympics International has touched nearly every area of his life, including family, students and his research.
In June, alumna Bridget Drain was one of 11 teachers in the country to receive the Outstanding Special Education Teacher Award from the National Association of Special Education Teachers.
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Associate Professor LaRon Scott's latest research uncovers insights about the recruitment and retention of special education teachers of color.
Four individual online graduate programs were ranked in the top 11 of the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.
The new club is led by Catherine DeSouza, a graduate student in UVA EHD’s kinesiology program.
For soon-to-be triple ’Hoo Sean McDonald, growth has come from marrying his ambition with his passion: supporting adolescent learners in special education.
Alexis Ward, a graduate student in the School of Education and Human Development, has been working to improve the lives of people with disabilities ever since she was a kid.
Using a telehealth system called “ECHO,” School of Education and Human Development professors Gail Lovette and Rose Nevill have come up with a way to help the caregivers of children with developmental delays.