A story in The Dallas Morning News that explores the benefits of quick, informal assessments for prekindergarten and kindergarten to lessen the "COVID slide" features MCPER expertise.
Executive Director Sharon Vaughn is quoted in the story, "How can a One-Minute Kindergarten Test Help Teachers Tackle the ‘Covid Slide?’," which also links to the MCPER publication 10 Key Policies and Practices for Reading Intervention. To read the story, visit the website of The Dallas Morning News.
A new feature by The University of Texas at Austin spotlights MCPER's Precision Math project, which aims to overcome systemic barriers and promote greater diversity, equity, and inclusion for multilingual students in early STEM.
Precision Math, funded by a $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, is currently testing an evidence-based, integrated STEM intervention for first-grade multilingual students. At MCPER, the project is led by Christian Doabler, Leticia Martinez, and Maria Longhi. Also involved are UT Austin professor Eric Knuth and colleagues at the University of Oregon and Oregon Research Institute.
For more information and to read the article, including quotes from Doabler and College of Education Dean Charles R. Martinez Jr., visit the UT Austin website.