Audrey Sorrells and North Cooc – Equity and Diversity Concentration Closes a Gap in Special Education
Cindy Carlson highlights research from the past 50 years that demonstrates the pervasive impact and importance of family relationships to human well-being.
An ED Talk by Jennifer Jellison Holme, an associate professor of educational policy and planning.
Join Professor Alexandra Loukas as she discusses the alarming jump in e-cigarette use within the past year among high school and middle school age students.
The Truth That I Owe You: Understanding the Social Contexts of Race and Gender in Literacy Education
An ED Talk by David Kirkland, associate professor of English and Urban Education and executive director of the NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools.
Each year, nearly 7.5 million students are chronically absent – missing 10% or more of the school year. How should researchers, policymakers, and educators address chronic absenteeism and its effects on students?
Join Professor Hirofumi Tanaka as he explains what hardening of the arteries is, why it is an important indicator of aging, and what can be done to maintain arterial health.
Join Professor Keffrelyn Brown as she discusses problems with educators’ use of the “at risk” label. She hopes to challenge how educators and policymakers think about the label, so that it can be used more equitably.
Hegemonic Psychology: The Politics of Ethnic Minority Research
Terry Todd is interviewed by NPR's Texas Standard podcast about his friendship and meeting with André the Giant
Victor Sampson discusses how Argument Driven Engineering can introduce more students to engineering through the math courses they already take.
Racial Inequality & Schooling: Providing Opportunities for Access and Identity in a Changing Educational Landscape
An ED Talk by Na’ilah Suad Nasir is the sixth president of the Spencer Foundation.