The Council for Exceptional Children has sponsored this recognition annually since 2008.
Dr. Sharon Vaughn, professor in the Department of Special Education, has authored more than 35 books, 250 peer-reviewed research articles and 65 chapters.
Jessica Toste Serves as Guest Editor and Publishes Research in Special Issue of Intervention in School and Clinic
New special issue of "Intervention in School and Clinic" provides guidance on how to bring the science of reading to teacher preparation programs. Toste and Esther Lindström (Lehigh University) were guest editors.
Laura Estep, assistant professor of practice, created new opportunities for graduate students to present with community partners serving the autistic community to foster information sharing, mutual learning and growth.
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.
College of Education Alumnus and UT Elementary School Teacher Kameron Koeffler Recognized as Outstanding Educator of the Year
UT Austin Receives $3.6 Million Grant to Support Doctoral Students Focused on Mathematics in Learning Disabilities
The award is a renewal of a previous OSEP grant that established NDC in 2017 and was one of the largest grants awarded by the Department of Education.
Featuring Gabriela Coelho, B.A. and B.S. '20, Ana Arrreaga, B.S. '20, and Bailey Glenn, B.S. '19
Using Self-Determination Skills to Boost Reading Achievement is Focus of $1.9 Million Grant Led by Jessica Toste
Multi-year study will develop a program to improve outcomes of 4th and 5th graders with reading difficulties.