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Scholars of Distinction: Burnt Orange Stars in the College of Education
Sep. 14, 2023
We are delighted to shine a spotlight on this special group of undergraduate students who embody the spirit of innovation and excellence that defines our college.

Meta-analysis Research Shows Current Approach to Teaching Reading Comprehension is Flawed
Sep. 13, 2023
Special Education Assistant Professor Peng Peng found that current teaching practices are out of step with cognitive science research.

Grants, Awards and Achievements: September 2023
Sep. 13, 2023
The members of our community – faculty, students and administrators – receive a wide range of grants and fellowships and are selected for a myriad of awards recognizing both work and impact.

COE Media Mentions: August 25 to September 8
Sep. 11, 2023
Opinion: Eliminating school libraries is senselessAugust 26, 2023Austin American-Statesman and Waco Tribune-HeraldFeatured Faculty: David DeMatthews (op-ed) Texas takeover raises back-to-school anxiety for Houston students, parents and teachersAugust 27, 2023The Associated PressFeatured Faculty: David DeMatthews Despite announcement,…

The First Lady of Fitness Inspired Generations of Women Athletes, Including COE’s Jan Todd
Sep. 07, 2023
A fitness pioneer for more than six decades, Elaine LaLanne helped inspire generations.

David DeMatthews Weighs in on Decision Affecting Libraries Across HISD
Sep. 06, 2023
The state-appointed superintendent plans to repurposes the resources and spaces.

Where’s U.T. Cheerleader Barbie? 40 Acres Land, Naturally
Aug. 31, 2023
Two of the iconic dolls experienced campus in very different ways.

College of Education Forms Inaugural Staff Advisory Committee to Help Advise Leadership
Aug. 29, 2023
The College of Education is proud to announce the establishment of a COE Staff Advisory Committee. Focused on staff ideas, concerns and initiatives, the committee will work closely with Dean Martinez to advance the college’s mission, vision and values within the community.

The Science of Reading: A Shift in How Kids Are Taught to Read
Aug. 28, 2023
Since 2019, 45 states and Washington, D.C. have passed legislation related to reforming reading instruction. Dr. Sarah Woulfin, an associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy within the College of Education who studies the relationship between education policy and equitable instruction, provided her expertise to encourage…

COE Media Mentions: August 11 to August 25
Aug. 28, 2023
Read recent media coverage that features the expertise and impact of College of Education faculty members.