Atlanta 323 is featured on EdWeek

This week, Atlanta 323 will be featured on EdWeek.  As a member of the National Network for Education Research Practice Partnerships (NNERPP), the Urban Child Study Center participates in NNERPP’s Urban Education Reform: Bridging Research and Practice blog.  Each week, NNERPP highlights the close connection between research and practice that characterizes the work done within… more »

UCSC presents at the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention

One important goal of the Urban Child Study Center is to mentor and encourage students to take an active role in the research process. Bomi Kim Cheng, graduate student, and Dr. Lakeisha Johnson recently presented their work on the Relationship between executive functions and linguistic skills in African American children in urban and rural settings at the annual Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing… more »

Urban Child Study Center presents at ASHA

It’s been a busy conference month for the Urban Child Study Center.  Researchers and students traveled to Los Angeles to participate in the annual conference for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  Drs. Lakeisha Johnson and Ryan Lee-James presented their research on Inhibitory control among African American English speakers.  We were also thrilled to support our graduate… more »