Faculty and students from the Urban Child Study Center at GSU presented research with Dr. Hope Gerde from Michigan State University, entitled “Creating meaningful writing opportunities within daily routines and transitions” at the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Annual Conference (NAEYC).
Led by our partners at Sheltering Arms Early Education and Family Centers, Educare Atlanta hosted its third annual Educare Two-Generation (2GEN) Acceleration Peer-Learning Exchange in Phoenix, AZ. The peer learning exchange served as an opportunity for Educare Atlanta to create a network with its sister Educare schools in New Orleans, Central Maine, and Arizona… more »
Dr. Julie Washington (third from right-to-left) participated in the 2017 Student Disability Summit in Washington, D.C. In celebration of the anniversary for the American with Disabilities Act, this summit engaged discussion around the support of academic success and professional development of African American youth with disabilities.
The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans is an… more »
The Urban Child Study Center (UCSC) is a member of the National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships (NNERPP). This week, UCSC, participated in the 2017 Annual NNERPP Forum in Nashville, Tennessee. The UCSC team was joined by two of its current research partners: Atlanta Public Schools (Janelle Clay) and GEEARS (Hanah Goldberg). Together, they were… more »
Faculty and graduate students in the Urban Child Study Center participated in the annual conference for the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR) in Nova Scotia, Halifax this week. SSSR is an interdisciplinary, international society dedicated to promoting and advancing the principles of science to study of reading and related areas, including oral… more »