Meadows Center Receives a $6.4 Million Grant to Extend National Center for Leadership in Intensive Intervention
The grant will support the training of 28 new doctoral students over the next five years from a consortium of seven universities including the University of Texas at Austin.
Maloch will engage in educational and developmental opportunities with outstanding women from across Texas as part of the 2020 Leadership Texas Class by Leadership Women.
The Daily Texan: UT’s Special Education Department Offering New Autism Course to be Taught in Spanish
Daniel Thomas, a third-year doctoral student in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, is the winner of the 2020 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at UT Austin.
We’re welcoming families as engaged, contributing community scientists—finding answers to their questions and sharing results with them in real time.
UT College of Education launches search for interdisciplinary faculty as part of new Reimagine Education strategic direction.
Department of Special Education Introduces Undergraduate Course on Autism Taught in Spanish
DRTx is one of 57 prevention and advocacy organizations in the Unites States dedicated to the ongoing fight for the personal and civil rights of individuals with disabilities.
Sarah Powell is a Co-PI on a new project that hopes to improve math, music, and computational thinking in kindergarten through a series of field-based activities.
Jane Gray and Cindy Carlson have received a $1.1 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Graduate Psychology Education Program.
University of Texas at Austin Associate Professor Rebecca Callahan and Assistant Professor Huriya Jabbar have been appointed as associate editors of the American Educational Research Journal (AERJ).
Educational Leadership and Policy faculty David DeMatthews and Joshua Childs outline what the next Education Secretary must do.
Learn about Educational Leadership and Policy’s Graduate-Student-Run Peer-Reviewed Journal, Texas Education Review
TxEd is a web-based, open access peer-reviewed academic journal that does not require fees for authors to publish their work.
ELP Doctoral Candidate Honored with Harrington Dissertation Fellowship; Five Current Students Harrington Fellows
Dwuana A. R. Bradley has received the highest graduate fellowship award given by The University of Texas at Austin.
Is closing schools what’s best for children? Associate Professor Terrance Green explains four things every person needs to know about school closures in an op-ed for Psychology Today.