The University of Texas at Austin Tobacco Research and Evaluation Team is partnering with AIDS Arms to offer an innovative tobacco cessation program.
UT College of Education’s Top-Ranked Department of Special Education Launches New Master’s in Special Education (High-Incidence Disabilities) with Teacher Certification
Students, alumni, and mental health professionals gathered to discuss the unique mental health struggles that can affect minority students in a “lunch and learn” session.
Special Education Asst. Professor Toste's opinion piece on Illusion of Inclusion featured on Huffington Post
The education world is abuzz trying to make sense of disheartening findings that, since 2013, scores in reading and math have gone down or remained stagnant across fourth and eighth grades.
At one table, students fold drops of yellow, green and blue food coloring into cream cheese frosting. At another a group huddles, intently molding lumps the shape of skulls into thick mounds of crystalline confection.
Tests need to be purposeful and provide substantive, meaningful information to teachers and parents about how to best support their students.
When people witness a police incident that seems wrong, video recording from a safe distance and sharing with social networks or apps provides a platform for advocacy for disenfranchised people.
MCPER Executive Director Sharon Vaughn will join a panel of national experts presenting at the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) in Washington, D.C.
Something different happened recently in popular media that we need to see more. A big-time children’s TV show turned a representation of autism from a disability to a difference.