News Topic: Charles Martinez

Welcoming TexCEP’s New Director: Esther Calzada
Nov. 16, 2022
Esther J. Calzada Dr. Esther J. Calzada has been appointed as the center director for the Texas Center for Equity Promotion (TexCEP). Dr. Calzada is the Norma and Clay Leben Professor in Child and Family Behavioral Health and the associate dean…

Dean Charles Martinez Comments on Teacher Retention in Title I Texas Schools
Oct. 17, 2022
CBS Austin examines teacher retention and student outcomes at AISD and other Title I Texas schools.

College of Education Students and Dean Charles Martinez Reflect on What Awaits New Texas Teachers
Aug. 25, 2022
By KUT Education Reporter Becky Fogel and Multimedia Producer Michael Minasi Charles Martinez asked himself: “What’s worse than a crisis?” The dean of the College of Education at UT Austin, Martinez says the teacher shortage that Texas and the U.S. are facing is a…

Dean Charles Martinez Comments on the Texas Teacher Crisis
Jul. 31, 2022

The College of Education at UT Austin Convenes a Learning Community to Examine the Significance of Curriculum Literacy in Texas
Dec. 14, 2021
Do teachers in Texas have access to high quality instructional materials and are they prepared and supported on how to use them? This is the question the Texas Education Curriculum Literacy Learning Community will research and examine over the next year. Led by faculty members in the College of Education…

Dean Charles Martinez: Disrupting the Status Quo to Support Latino Students from Immigrant Families
Oct. 14, 2021
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Dean Charles Martinez Interviewed About U.S. Teacher Shortage
Aug. 04, 2021
Dean Charles R. Martinez, Jr. Charles R. Martinez, Jr., dean of the College of Education, was interviewed about the teacher shortage for a four-part podcast series “Who wants to be a teacher?” by APM Reports, the investigative division of American Public Media.

Texas Education Convenes Statewide Summit to Address Pandemic’s Impact and Create Roadmap for PreK-12 Student Success
Mar. 26, 2021
For more than 100 leading educators, researchers, and policymakers who gathered online from throughout Texas on March 12, it wasn’t business as usual.   It was an urgent mission to rethink education to address the pandemic’s profound impact on every aspect of the Texas learning system — from students, their families…

Dean Charles Martinez Discusses Findings of Recent Texas’ Public Education Poll
Mar. 12, 2021

Miles de Manos / Thousands of Hands is Subject of a New NIH Grant for the College of Education
Dec. 04, 2020
Dean and faculty will leverage strengths of families and communities across Honduras to lead research on a community-based youth violence intervention.