Equity, Inclusion and Race Related Articles
UVA researchers are studying how college prep programs help students succeed by developing their “learning mindset.”
In an effort to reduce rates of intimate partner violence, researchers are exploring the influences and contexts of romantic relationships for Black girls.
For soon-to-be triple ’Hoo Sean McDonald, growth has come from marrying his ambition with his passion: supporting adolescent learners in special education.
LaRon A. Scott, associate professor of education, has been appointed the associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at the UVA School of Education and Human Development.
High-dosage tutoring, an evidence-based tool used in successful school turnarounds, can increase students’ pandemic-related limited learning gains.
With four new grants, researchers from the School of Education and Human Development will be examining a range of topics including full-day pre-kindergarten and cultural and racial equity.
When UVA EHD set out to rethink its summer research program post-COVID, leaders were determined to create an inclusive and supportive experience for students.
Driven by a passion for uplifting women and girls in tech, Kim Wilkens has built a thriving career as a teacher, nonprofit leader, and community advocate. Earning her doctorate at UVA is helping her take her passion to the next level.
Emma is from Pierz, Minnesota, and is graduating with a master’s degree in Educational Psychology-Applied Developmental Science.
Antonio Brodie Jr. is looking to make his mark in both the education and business sectors by working on critical projects with African American stakeholders in mind.
The professor and author of “Race on Campus: Debunking Myths with Data” spoke to the UVA EHD community about the complexity of the Asian-American community.
A seminar held during UVA’s biennial Black Alumni Weekend spotlighted three education leaders and UVA EHD alumni, kicking off a wider effort to build community among the School’s alumni of color.
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.
New findings from Youth-Nex researchers suggest that peer collaboration across language backgrounds is linked to better participation in middle school classrooms and learning for all students.
Oral storytelling is a significant part of Black history in America. A UVA project is keeping the oral tradition alive for a new generation of teachers and students.
UVA Law Professor Kimberly Robinson and Louisiana’s Caddo Parrish Public Schools Superintendent Lamar Goree offer insights.
Rachel Wahl shares how taking a step back and asking important questions is critical to the work of improving education and human development.
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.
During this fall's Hispanic Heritage Month the team of researchers at the UVA Supporting Transformative Autism Research (STAR) initiative is working to highlight the increasing need for diagnostic and support resources for Hispanic families impacted by autism.
The UVA School of Education and Human Development is launching a new series to bring in speakers who are both scholars of DEI in higher education as well as leaders in implementing initiatives to advance DEI.