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Of the eight UVA scholars included on the list, six climbed in this year’s rankings of university-based faculty members who most influenced educational practice and policy.

Participating middle and high school students improved their standardized test scores and were more likely to graduate from high school and attend college.

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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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UVA researchers and Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) partners will scale the novel data system to better understand and improve access to quality early childcare across the Commonwealth.

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.

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Bassok and colleagues reflect on lessons from early childhood credentialing in Louisiana and make suggestions for how to improve the early childhood workforce.

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It's yearlong programming and small size are especially beneficial aspects of the Education Policy Associates initiative.

These high-stakes school district turnaround efforts can have a positive impact, but these positive cases are outliers.

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Since COVID, early childhood teacher attrition has increased so significantly families have been turned away as entire classrooms have closed.

Ten University of Virginia professors were named in the 2023 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings.