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News and Features
Anne and Preston Massey Establish Endowment to Support Future Texas Teachers
The Massey family is taking action to support aspiring teachers in Texas. With a generous endowment, they will make a difference in the lives of students who are pursuing their teaching certification and preparing to enter the classroom.
Grants, Awards and Achievements: June 2023
Curriculum and Instruction Tia Madkins • Assistant ProfessorAllison Skerrett Madkins • Professor, Director of Teacher Education Tia Madkins and Allison Skerrett are the recipients of a Vision Grant from the Spencer Foundation, a $75,000 research planning grant to bring together a team, for 6 to 12 months, to collaboratively develop ambitious, large-scale research projects focused on transforming […]
David DeMatthews Pens Op-Ed on the First Anniversary of the Uvalde School Shooting
In his op-ed published in the San Antonio Express-News, associate professor David DeMatthews discusses the need for increased school safety and support for additional resources around mental health. Read more