Tests need to be purposeful and provide substantive, meaningful information to teachers and parents about how to best support their students.
When people witness a police incident that seems wrong, video recording from a safe distance and sharing with social networks or apps provides a platform for advocacy for disenfranchised people.
Something different happened recently in popular media that we need to see more. A big-time children’s TV show turned a representation of autism from a disability to a difference.
Hayden Panettiere recently checked herself into a facility to get treatment for postpartum depression. And last week, Drew Barrymore revealed that she faced the same illness after the birth of her second daughter.
Employers have long known that one way to employees' hearts is through their stomachs.
Dr. Joan E. Hughes, Associate Professor of Learning Technologies, will be providing the keynote address at the Tech & Learning Live event, occurring on November 6, 2015 in Austin, Texas.
Dr. Christopher P. Brown publishes two articles examining early childhood teaching in high-stakes contexts
Dr. Brown critically examines the challenges policymakers’ neoliberal reforms create for early educators who strive to prepare their culturally and linguistically diverse students for school
Keisha Bentley-Edwards is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, Human Development & Culture and Learning Sciences.
When high school student Coby Burren noticed slaves referred to as "immigrant workers" in his Texas textbook, he called his mother who then called out the publisher.
The National Academy of Kinesiology (NAK) has announced that The University of Texas at Austin’s doctoral program in Kinesiology and Health Education (KHE) ranks second in the nation.