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More than $12 million in IES Grants to Support Research Benefiting Students and Educators

Grants will benefit students from kindergarten through middle school in math and reading, and will also help prepare teacher trainers.

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Three Steps Toward Raising Anti-Racist Kids

Jennifer Adair outlines what white parents of white children do as they strive to raise anti-racist kids.


Trauma, Teacher Stress and Covid-19

One graduate student’s research sheds light on the pandemic’s impact on teachers.


More Than Just a Walk Around the Block

Curriculum and Instruction Clinical Associate Professor Haydée Rodriguez takes a group of pre-service bilingual/bicultural education students on community walks to help the students learn about their students' lives.


The Color Complex

College of Education student Vida Nwadiei and three other UT Austin undergraduates study colorism in Africa.


There’s No Place Like Home

Everyday interventions show promise for young children with autism.


How to Choose a Sport for Your Daughter or Son

Consider the psychological and social skills you value and how those may correlate with success in all areas of life


How Many Concussions Are Too Many?

It turns out that asking how many concussions are too many isn’t the right question to ask, because it may not be the right way to think about how and to whom traumatic brain injuries cause damage.


Baby Talk May Actually Be Good for the Brain

Researchers in the Brain and Language Lab at the College of Education are using EEGs to study how young children process words and baby talk.