Centering Equity within an Elementary Science Curriculum: Q&A with María González-Howard and Cathery Yeh
College of Education faculty members help develop free, high-quality, K-5 science curriculum and professional learning materials through OpenSciEd Elementary.
UT Assistant Professor Appointed to National Board of Education Sciences by President Joe Biden - The Daily Texan
UT Austin’s Institute for Public School Initiatives Awarded Grant to Improve the Educational Outcomes for Students in Texas
CCCSE helps community colleges address food insecurity issues facing their students.
Q&A with Dr. DeMatthews: A New Project Highlights Critical Issues Facing Education Leaders Across Texas
UT faculty form the Texas Education Leadership Project to tackle key issues facing the current teacher-to-principal-to-superintendent pipeline.
Associate Professor David DeMatthews talks with KUT about the impact school boards can have on their communities.
Faculty Member Stella Flores spoke with NPR about the use of affirmative action in the college admissions process.
Faculty Member Denisa Gándara Appointed by President Biden to the National Board for Education Sciences
The College of Education congratulates Denisa Gándara, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, on her appointment by President Biden to the National Board for Education Sciences.
UT Austin Researchers Examine Peer Tutoring to Improve Reading Outcomes for Students in YMCA Afterschool Care
UT Austin has been awarded a five-year, $4 million grant to examine the efficacy of a reading intervention delivered through peer tutoring. The research is being led by Principal Investigator Elizabeth Swanson.
CBS Austin examines teacher retention and student outcomes at AISD and other Title I Texas schools.
Desirée Pallais-Downing is part of a two-person faculty team that received a 2022-23 President’s Award for Global Learning. We sat down with Dr. Pallais to learn more about the team’s research and what inspires her.