UT-Austin College of Education Professor Travels to Scotland as Member of Its International Council of Education Advisers
Associate Professor Allison Skerrett was recently appointed to Scotland’s International Council of Education Advisers by the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon.
UT Austin Researchers Receive $20 Million to Improve Education Outcomes for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People
Learning technologies Ph.D. student Anita Harvin reflects on how even underrepresented students who are highly proficient at math and science can still miss out on opportunities in STEM.
Barnes awarded $1.5 million to design technology-based program for middle school students with reading comprehension difficulties
MCPER has received a $1.5 million federal grant to design a technology-based inference-making intervention for middle school students who have difficulties with reading comprehension.
Two University of Texas College of Education professors launch a new site to help researchers, journalists and policymakers locate available research on the education of black males.
Educators and parents have understood that student interest is important in engaging high schoolers in science, but exactly how that interest supports their learning has not been clearly measured.
Schools are serving more students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) than ever before. Early detection and interventions are proven paths to success.
Jen Lee is a Junior at UT, majoring in Sport Management. Before becoming a student at UT, he served as a member of the Army World Class Athlete Program (2012-2015).
UT College of Education professors and students help young directors debut film shorts
The College of Education has been awarded the contract by the Texas Education Agency to design and launch the state’s new literacy and reading-to-learn academies.
Huriya Jabbar will extend school choice research, study market-based reform effects on teacher labor market
Paul Resta presented WFATE Award for Global Contributions to Teacher Education.