Analysis of data from the largest nationally drawn sample of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) collected in the past 2 decades revealed medication and school supports are more commonly provided than psychosocial treatments, and that rates of treatments vary between some demographic groups.
Teaching, Learning, and Technology faculty Dr. Alec Bodzin, Dr. Thomas Hammond and doctoral student William Farina were awarded the National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship at the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) conference. They co-authored the paper with NSF team members Kate Popejoy, David Anastasio, Breena... Read more »
Not all states are created equal. Some are more conducive to family life than others. With those differences in mind, WalletHub asked a panel of experts to share their thoughts on key questions. Sothy Eng, professor of practice in the College of Education at Lehigh University weighs in on what families should consider... Read more »
On Thursday, Dec. 7, the masters and doctoral students enrolled in the course found themselves in the Tower Room of Iacocca Hall at 4 p.m., where Beachum, associate professor of educational leadership, told them to line up in the back of the room to receive a white headband.