Curriculum and Instruction Doctoral Student Highlighted as a 2019 Leader to Learn From by Education Week
Education Weekly selected Curriculum and Instruction doctoral student Angela Ward as a 2019 leader to learn from for her leadership in cultural proficiency in her role as Supervisor of Race and Equity Programs at AISD.
In an interview with KUT, Curriculum and Instruction doctoral student Lakeya Omogun discusses the legitimacy of Austin's Liberal label.
Christopher Brown, professor of Curriculum and Instruction, discusses the need for a holistic approach to accountability for schools when it comes to student success.
In an op-ed for The Hill, Fikile Nxumalo explains why its necessary to educate children on climate change by teaching them that they are part of nature.
Congratulations to Hsiao-Ping Hsu for receiving two awards from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology!
Fourth-year doctoral student Tiye Naeemah Court has created Feminessay, an online community where black women around the world can share their own stories and narratives.
UTeach Institute Receives $1 Million NSF Grant to Expand and Improve CS Education for Underrepresented Urban Youth
The UTeach Institute has received a $1 million National Science Foundation grant to improve underrepresented urban students' engagement in computer science through implementation of the UTeach CS Principles course.
Associate Professor Allison Skerrett was recently interviewed about the Deputy and First Minister of Education's decision to end early grade standardized testing in Scotland.
Associate Professor of Language and Literacy Allison Skerrett has received the 2018 Dean's Distinguished Teaching Award.
This year, the Department of Curriculum and Instruction is joined by Paty Abril-Gonzalez and Denise Davila.
Delida Sanchez, Anthony Brown, and Keffrelyn Brown will be honored at this years Black Studies Tenure and Promotion Celebration.
Tracey T. Flores and Luis Urrieta: How can teachers help children who have witnessed family separation?
Department of Curriculum and Instruction Assistant Professor Tracey T, Flores and Professor Luis Urrieta discuss the effects of current immigration issues on children's experiences in schools.
After earning her Ph.D., Guadalupe Chavez '15, took her own experiences as a second language learner back to her classroom to give agency to kindergarteners.
Associate Professor of C&I Allison Skerrett recently delivered a keynote address at a joint literacy conference in Australia where she was one of only two U.S. professors invited to speak.
College of Education and 40 Acres Scholar Alejandra Ortega was named the 2017-18 Secondary Teacher of the Year for the Houston Independents School District.
Issue 39 of the Occasional Paper Series describes practices and policies that can positively impact the early schooling of children of immigrants in the United States through the lens of intersectionality.