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5 Tips for Better Chats With Young Children

As UMD Preschool and Research Center Turns 75, Director Says to Start by Ditching Your Phone

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$1.5M NSF Grant to Boost Middle School Math Learning With AI

UMD Researchers Join Team Using Machine Learning to Assess Online Lesson Quality

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UMD Center Receives $6.2M to Help People With Disabilities Build Careers

Education Experts Will Support Connecticut Project Aimed at Fair Pay, Personalized Support

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Lessons for the Littlest Terps

Center for Young Children’s Students Trek Across Campus to Understand the World

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Op/ed: Bipartisan Dialogues Could Save Our Divided Nation

Universities Can Bring Together Republicans and Democrats for Urgently Needed Reconciliation, Education Researcher Says

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How a Handful of K-12 Teachers Doubled Racial Gap in Disciplinary Referrals

UMD-Led Study Found Early-Career Educators More Likely to Send Students to Office

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Op/ed: I Slept on Legos. Where Does That Go on My CV?

Education Researcher Ponders the Invisible Work of Academic Moms

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UMD to Debut Minor in Anti-Black Racism

Program to Prepare Students to Identify and Disrupt Individual, Structural and Cultural Racism

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Letting the (Hot) Air Out of Climate Change Misinformation

UMD Researchers Partner With Teachers to Develop Kids’ Critical and Scientific Thinking Skills

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$2.9M State Grant Supports UMD Project to Alleviate Teacher Shortage in Center-Based Child Care

Maryland Early EdCorp to Improve Access to High-quality Child Care in High-need Communities

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New Workshop Has Instructors ‘Acting Out’

Improv and Theater Exercises Aim to Unlock Creativity, Engage Students

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Op/ed: It’s Time to Reconsider What’s ‘Meaningful’ in Faculty Workloads

There’s Plenty of Diversity Work to Go Around—the First Step Is Valuing It More, Education Researchers Say

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