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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.
In August, Atteberry took the baton as director of the EdPolicyWorks research center from its founding leader, Jim Wyckoff.
High-dosage tutoring, an evidence-based tool used in successful school turnarounds, can increase students’ pandemic-related limited learning gains.
According to Luke C. Miller, improved school facilities can play an important role in efforts to combat teacher shortages.
New research shows novice teachers reduce the rigor of their mathematics instruction the more pressure they perceive from teacher evaluation policies.
Professors Dewey Cornell and Catherine Bradshaw are leading an effort to update an evidence-based 8-point plan aimed at reducing gun violence in America.
New data shows literacy scores fell during the pandemic. Education professor Emily Solari explains what it will take to recover from these disrupted learning opportunities.
The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning and its partners have created a teaching approach that combines social smarts with academic ones.
Working in partnership with policymakers, Associate Professor Daphna Bassok aims to provide long-term solutions to real-world problems for America's youngest learners.
“Complexity does not necessarily define the most valuable research. What really matters is asking the right questions and framing the answers in the right light.” Daniel is graduating with a Ph.D. in Education Policy.
Four early childhood education scholars gathered for a recent webinar to discuss some of the greatest opportunities and challenges facing early childhood education in America.
Full-time UVA undergrads and current teachers come together in a course to learn how meaningful relationships and advocacy are positive forces against the impact of childhood poverty.
According to new survey data, job satisfaction among Virginia teachers remained stable from 2019 through early 2021. But will that resilience persist through the pandemic’s second year?
UVA School of Education and Human Development Dean Bob Pianta walks us through the myriad ways proposed investments in early childhood education could improve society as a whole.
The EdPolicyWorks research center welcomes professors Allison Atteberry and Brendan Bartanen.
In a recent policy brief, co-author and education assistant professor Beth Schueler examined tutoring and small-group instruction’s role in academic improvement.
In a new volume, researchers highlight the ways partnerships between researchers and policymakers are a promising approach to effectively expanding high quality early childhood education.
With New Grant, Researchers Aim to Provide Community College Graduates with Personalized Job Matches
A research team at UVA aims to improve the job search process so that investments in a college education translate into good jobs for graduates.
In April, the Virginia Public Partnership Collaborative hosted a panel for the Education Policy Associates program that focused on an important element of its work: the intersection of education and law.
A new partnership between the School of Education and Human Development and students at the UVA School of Law supports educational leaders as they work to connect their efforts to larger policy initiatives and current research.