News and Features

UT Austin High School Finds New Home in the College of Education

The move enables increased collaboration between college faculty and students and UTHSD staff while working to expand outreach to Texas school districts.

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New Leadership Takes the Helm for the Cooperative Superintendency Program

The shift in leadership represents an inflection point for the CSP and an opportunity to take a fresh look at the program.


Texas Philanthropist and Educator Teresa Lozano Long Dies at Age 92

An advocate for all learners, Long understood the power of education to transform lives.


College of Education Launches the Texas Center for Equity Promotion

The center’s work is focused on the health, and social and behavioral well-being of children and families


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.


Can Public Schools Overcome the Pandemic?

The College of Education has a few ideas. From the Texas Exes' Alcalde magazine.


Trauma, Teacher Stress and Covid-19

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


How Racism and White Supremacy Impact Children’s Early Schooling

Jennifer Keys Adair discusses her upcoming book and offers ways to raise anti-racist children.


Three College of Education Teams Receive Seed Grants

Projects focus on advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion.