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March 10, 2011

Next to parents, teachers are the individuals most responsible for helping young people chart a course for their life’s journey.

March 07, 2011
The Adult Education and Human Resource Development Program, in the College of Education and Human Development, will offer the Certified Training Professional Program from March 27 to April 1. The program will be held on the Texas A&M University campus in Rudder Tower, room 701.
December 15, 2010
August, Reta Haynes honored her late husband, Harold J. "Bill" Haynes '46, and fulfilled her passion for education with a gift of more than $900,000 to endow programs supporting the College of Education and Human Development, Corps of Cadets and Singing Cadets.
September 14, 2010

A little guidance given to students can make all the difference in their journey to a college education, and helping students reach that college degree is what a partnership between Texas A&M University and the Bryan school district is about.

July 29, 2010
Physical therapist Brian Duncan, PT, DPT, has received the Signe Brunnström Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in recognition of his excellence in teaching effectiveness in the physical therapy clinical setting.
July 13, 2010
Margaret Foster from the Texas A&M Libraries is here to help undergraduates, grad students, faculty and staff in their research and writing needs.
June 21, 2010
Approximately 38 high school students are getting a jump on college this summer through the Aggie STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Summer Experience at Texas A&M University.
June 02, 2010
New uniform education standards in math and English language arts for all public school students in grades K-12were announced Wednesday, and educators from Texas A&M University cite their pros and cons and conjecture regarding their possible effects on Texas.
May 27, 2010

Jeffrey Liew, assistant professor of learning sciences in the Department of Educational Psychology, received a mental health research grant from the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health.

May 25, 2010
Timothy Elliott, professor of counseling psychology in the Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University, is part of a task force formed by the American Psychological Association to help psychologists find ways of assessing and addressing the needs of caregivers.
May 12, 2010
During the spring semester, the Reading Clinic pairs local students needing extra reading help with graduate students who are studying reading education.
April 26, 2010
Erica Kaskow '08 discovered that when Aggies lend a hand to fellow Aggies, they help in a big way.
April 21, 2010

Parenting is a natural skill, says parent coach Kristy Dixon '00, but good parenting is an acquired skill.

In 2008, Voices for Children provided Court Appointed Social Advocate volunteers
April 13, 2010

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." — William James

Liana Lowey '99, works to make a difference in the lives of children every day.

April 09, 2010
"To whom much is given, much is required." And no one lives by these words more than former elementary education major Cassie Grant '03, who wanted to take what she'd been given in life and give back to her students - both in Texas and in South Africa.
November 12, 2009

Paige Melancon enrolled at Texas A&M University intending to become a doctor. A tutoring job through the Read & Counts program made her think twice about her career path.

October 21, 2009
Eight College of Education and Human Development faculty members hosted a delegation of four education officials from Turkmenistan as part of the Open World Program funded by the Library of Congress.
October 19, 2009
The United States and China share some of the same difficulties in educating their young people, says Roger Goddard, professor of K-12 administration in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development.
September 11, 2009
udents at risk of not graduating from high school can benefit from a little encouragement to stay in school.
Krista Wallace
August 25, 2009

Krista Adams Wallace '94 was looking for adventure and the chance to step outside of the life she had known during her undergraduate years at Texas A&M University.

June 24, 2009

More than 60 high school students are on campus this week to explore teaching as a profession.

June 15, 2009
Mentoring programs and more aggressive recruitment in fields other than teaching will help school systems brace for the upcoming wave of teacher retirements that will exceed any in history, says a Texas A&M University educator and trainer of school administrators.
April 23, 2009
Due to distance, lack of transportation, insurance and providers, access to mental health services is an ongoing issue for many rural Brazos Valley residents, according to a 2006 survey conducted by the Center for Community Health Development (CCHD) in the School for Rural Public Health at Texas A&M University. However, Tele-Health is working to change that.
Classroom in Qatar
March 07, 2009
Latifa, who held an undergraduate degree in science education, graduated in the first group of certificate students in the Primary Educator Preparation Program at Qatar University, offered through the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University.
March 16, 2008

As the son of immigrant parents and a former school psychology doctoral student at Texas A&M University, Alfred Amado, Ph.D., has always had a passion for education, and now he’s bringing that passion to Capitol Hill.


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