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Consistently ranked among the best public schools of education in the country, the College of Education is committed to preparing educators, researchers and leaders to join us in responding to pressing challenges in education and health. We do this within three strategic impact areas: advancing equity and eliminating disparities in education and health, attending to place and context and thriving through transitions. The college is home to five academic departments, 10 research centers and the University of Texas High School District (UTHSD).
News and Features
Sarah Woulfin’s New Book Reflects on How Equity-Centered Coaching Leads to Improvement in Schools
New Book by Sarah Woulfin Provides Insightful Guide for Making Coaching Matter in Schools.
David DeMatthews Pens Op-Ed on the First Anniversary of the Uvalde School Shooting
In his op-ed published in the San Antonio Express-News, associate professor David DeMatthews discusses the need for increased school safety and support for additional resources around mental health. Read more
A Heart for Those with Learning Disabilities: Q&A with Alumna Sarah G. King, Class of 2023
Sarah Gorsky King, a master’s and doctoral alumna, shares how her own personal experiences lead to her current research and desire to help culturally and linguistically diverse students with learning disabilities.
Meadows Center Researchers Complete Large-Scale Study with More Than 200 Teachers Across Texas
Researchers from The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk studied the effects of a professional development model to help teachers implement reading comprehension and vocabulary practices to fourth graders.