Gain New Insights Into California's and the Country's Pressing Educational Challenges
With its diverse and rapidly growing population, inland Southern California provides an educational environment rich in research possibilities. As a student in UCR’s Graduate School of Education (GSOE) – a renowned public research university – you’ll have exceptional opportunities to work alongside faculty devising and conducting research that brings about positive change for students of all ages and abilities. You’ll have opportunities to co-author scholarly papers based about your work and explore ideas with some of the most respected thought leaders in the field of education.
At any given time, there are dozens of educational research initiatives underway at the GSOE. Through these, graduate students gain new understanding of challenges ranging from autism and learning disabilities to memory, student assessment, and much more. As a master’s or doctoral student in education at UCR, you’ll be deeply engaged in research that holds the promise of changing the future of education not only in Southern California, but throughout the nation.
Current Graduate School of Education Research Groups
- California Community College Collaboration (C4)
- Center for Teacher Innovation (CTI), Teacher Induction Program
- The Project on Working Memory Plus
- SEARCH - the University of California’s first family autism resource center dedicated exclusively to meeting family needs, including educational access.
- BRIDGES - Building Reading Interventions Designed for General Education Subjects
- CHAAOS - Creating Habits that Accelerate the Academic language Of Students