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Autism Research at UCR
Dr. Jan Blacher is Leading the Charge to Improve Relationships Between Kids with Autism and their Teachers

The prevalence of autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, has mushroomed in recent years, jumping 15 percent between 2016 and 2018 alone.

UCR Graduate School of Education Dr. Louie Rodriguez
Dr. Louie Rodriguez Named Newest Endowed Chair
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There’s an overarching question that informs the bulk of Louie Rodríguez’s research: When it comes to education, how can we make the system work better for students?

Donors, Chancellor, Dean and AP Readiness Director
AP Readiness Program Expands to San Bernardino County
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A $150,000 grant will enable the University of California, Riverside’s Graduate School of Education to strengthen and grow one of its most successful regional partnerships.

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Recent GSOE Faculty Highlights
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Read our recent round-up of faculty accomplishments and work.

UC Riverside Graduate Dean of Education Dean Thomas Smith
Book Co-Authored by GSOE Dean Tackles Need to Improve Math Education
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Graduate School of Education Dean Thomas Smith is a co-author of “Systems for Instructional Improvement,” a new book dedicated to improving math instruction in the U.S.

Student Teachers
Teacher Education Program Hosts Successful Mock-Interview Day
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Job hunting can be stressful for even the most seasoned professional, and adequately preparing for an interview can often be the key to landing t

UCR RUSD Pipeline Scholarship recipient
Bragging Rights: Student Accomplishment Round-Up
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Throughout the year, students in the Graduate School of Education have earned awards, presented at conferences, and participated several professional development events.

High School Students
High School Student Enrollment in UCR AP Readiness Program Doubles
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More and more high school students enroll in Advanced Placement courses to help prepare them for the rigor of college and strengthen their college applications.

UC SPEDDR Student Advisory Council
12th Annual UC SPEDDR Conference
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Doctoral students in special education at UCR joined students and professors from eight UC campuses for the 12th annual student-run

UCR Professor Margaret Nash's new book
Dr. Margaret Nash's Anthology Introduces New Voices on the History of Women in Higher Education
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It’s been over 30 years since historian Barbara Solomon published In the Company of Educated Women: A H

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Dr. Jan Blacher's New Research Looks at Stress Levels of Mothers of Children with Autism
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UCR Today recently highlighted new research from autism expert Jan Blacher, a dist

Yasamine Bolourian
Student Spotlight: Yasamine Bolourian Ph.D. '18
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When Yasamine Bolourian decided to pursue a Ph.D., she wanted to commit to a program that “prepared students to be highly-competent leaders in their field,” and in her case, eng