UB Graduate School of Education News


Can nonverbal gestures impact group success in STEM education? Google 翻訳
University at Buffalo researchers to investigate the understudied aspect of group learning.

Striving for quality over quantity – a common challenge for schools across the globe
A new book explores how nine countries address the issue of educational inequity, sharing critical analysis of the school reform policies employed across five continents.

UB to host international conference on teaching Black history Google 翻訳
The 5th Annual Teaching Black History Conference is the signature event of the UB Center for K–12 Black History and Racial Literacy Education.

U.S. Department of Education highlights UB’s Teacher Residency Program as model for nation
The U.S. Department of Education recognized the UB Teacher Residency Program as a blueprint for states, school districts and universities to follow to address the national teacher shortage.

UB grad programs rise in U.S. News rankings Google 翻訳
More than a dozen professional schools and programs rose in the latest rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.

UB receives grant to examine how pandemic policy and aid impacted student-mothers Google 翻訳
The study will assess how stimulus funding, the expanded Child Tax Credit and other forms of aid shaped student-mothers’ decisions and participation in higher education.

To help Black students feel safer, schools must embrace their cultural identity Google 翻訳
UB-led study recommends that schools use culturally relevant and Afrocentric policies and practices that better incorporate the identity of Black students in school culture.

Averting targeted school violence the focus of upcoming school safety seminar Google 翻訳
The 18th Annual Safe Schools Initiative Seminar will bring together educators, parents and other professionals to discuss approaches to preventing targeted school violence.

UB welcomes new center to explore Black history and racial literacy Google 翻訳
The new UB Center for K-12 Black History and Racial Literacy Education will work to improve how Black history and race are taught and learned in schools around the world.

Former Black Panther Party leader Ericka Huggins to speak at virtual event Google 翻訳
Huggins was director of the party’s Oakland Community School, which became a model for the charter school movement.

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