A UCI education professor has been drafted to help investigate why the usual benefits of preschool don’t…
Mentoring program pairs new students with upperclassmen who also are first in their families to go to college
Children with better academic and behavioral functioning when they start kindergarten often have better educational…
Book co-authored by UCI sociologist debunks idea that Asian American academic achievement is due to unique cultural traits or values
Contrary to popular belief, minority children are not overrepresented in special education classrooms and are actually less likely to be diagnosed with and treated for disabilities than white children with similar academic achievements, behaviors and economic resources, according to new research co-authored by George Farkas, professor of education at UC Irvine.
UCI School of Education helps meet need for teachers in popular dual-language immersion classrooms
An invasive beetle is prompting removal of trees on the UC Irvine campus
Keith Curry, Ed.D. ’11 is steering Compton Community College District out of troubled waters
Through an innovative new program developed at UC Irvine, the arts and the sciences – which often occupy opposite ends of the grammar school curriculum – are being integrated to help young students better grasp the basics of Earth, life and physical sciences.