Study by GSOE and School of Medicine researchers will examine impacts of remote learning on families with children in grades K-12
Patriccia Ordonez-Kim and Corrina Ott are the recipients of the California Teacher Education Research and Improvement Network Fellowship
Nina Mandracchia received the 2021 Trainers of School Psychologists Graduate Student Scholarship
Rollanda O’Connor’s intervention programs have helped schoolchildren learn to read — and understand the U.S. Constitution
GSOE ranks No. 55, jumping 24 spots from the previous year
Rita Kohli and Uma Jayakumar, both associate professors, will be presented with awards by the American Educational Research Association at the group's April conference
Nominate an outstanding GSOE alumni teacher, currently on faculty at a K-12 school, who has shown a strong commitment to teaching and learning during the pandemic by April 9, 2021
For the fourth straight year, UC Riverside’s Graduate School of Education can boast a 100% internship match rate for students in its school psychology program
Professor Joe Kahne co-authors "Leading for Democracy: A Vital Agenda for Public School Principals" in Respond & Reimagine: Teaching New Realities
Register for our upcoming "GSOE in the Community" webinar being held on Wednesday, March 31 at 3pm
Dr. Rall will serve as the CEP Awards Chair, where she will be involved in overseeing the awards process as well as the research awards committee
RSVP: Reading “Racial Grammar”: Latinx Students’ Racial Literacy Development to Name and Resist Racism
Join us on March 18 for our next Equity & Social Justice Research Series, featuring doctoral candidate Arturo Nevárez.
The new interdisciplinary research center, founded by Associate Professor and former Division I athlete Eddie Comeaux, will critically examine the experiences of athletes across all levels of competition with the aim of driving education, outreach, and advocacy in the field.
Doctoral candidate Tanisha Lisle-Johnson and Dr. Rita Kohli published “Critical Black women educators: Resisting the racial and ideological marginality of K–12 teaching through critical professional development” in Theory Into Practice.
Austin Johnson, assistant professor and director of the School Psychology program, wrote an op-ed about the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA)'s refusal to retract abuse of a four-year-old.
Anacary Ramirez has been awarded a grant from the Society for the Study of School Psychology for her dissertation on the use of teleconferencing technology with Spanish-speaking parents.
Register for this upcoming workshop, presented by UCR Teacher Education Program's Ethnic Studies Speaker Series and the Institute for Teachers of Color, Thursday, Feb. 18.
Congratulations to Arturo Nevárez, a doctoral candidate in the Education, Society and Culture program. Nevárez received a two-year fellowship from the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity along with a $5000 stipend. In this fellowship, he will collaborate as a co-researcher on a project with a BranchED scholar on transformative scholarship related to diversifying the teaching...
Dr. Kinnari Atit and doctoral student Kelsey Rocha recently published new research in Mind, Brain, and Education journal.
Director of the school psychology program was interviewed about The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis's recent decision not to retract a paper that documents the psychological and physical abuse of a four-year-old gender-non-conforming child.