Liliana Garces: Affirmative Action is Not What's at Stake in the UNC Chapel Hill and Harvard Lawsuits
Earlier this semester, College of Education Dean Charles Martinez, Jr. held a series of forums for students, faculty, and staff to discuss the vision and mission of the college
Associate Professor Rich Reddick explains that, "this kind of behavior exacerbates inequality by denying opportunities for low-income students to access these networks" in an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle.
The College of Education ranked 13th overall and 4th among public institutions.
For 10 years, Get FIT has provided motivating workouts and nutritional guidance in a convenient location on campus.
In a recent op-ed, David DeMatthews explains that although extending the school year may provide a degree of benefits, it means the state will have fewer resources to address other long-standing school finance issues.
In early February, the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin and Austin Independent School District (AISD) hosted its first Collaborative Research Forum.
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.