Researchers identify unique impacts of COVID-19 on schools and make recommendations for successful reopening strategies.
Multi-year study will develop a program to improve outcomes of 4th and 5th graders with reading difficulties.
The move enables increased collaboration between college faculty and students and UTHSD staff while working to expand outreach to Texas school districts.
The shift in leadership represents an inflection point for the CSP and an opportunity to take a fresh look at the program.
With Keffrelyn Brown, professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the College of Education
The center’s work is focused on the health, and social and behavioral well-being of children and families
The College of Education has a few ideas. From the Texas Exes' Alcalde magazine.
Dean Martinez on Record Undergraduate Hispanic Student Enrollment
Mike Parent Weighs in on Tik Tok’s Roll Out of Mental Health Resources
Kevin Cokley: Black Psychology’s Relationship With Critical Race Theory
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