Obioma Okogbue of the Comparative & International Education Program was awarded the 2019 COE Graduate Student Leadership and Service Award. Obioma serves in many roles within the college, at the university level, and in her professional field. The process was rigorous and selection was attributed to... Read more »
You’ve spent years reading storybooks, store signs, and cereal boxes to your child. But now that she’s learning to read out loud by herself, story time might feel like new territory. When your growing reader furrows her brow with every word and stumbles through most sentences, there are certain steps you can take to set her up for lifelong... Read more »
A substantial percentage of students with ADHD symptoms severe enough to affect them both academically and socially are not getting any support in school for the disorder, says a new study based on the experiences of nearly 2,500 children and youth.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that a little over 9 percent of... Read more »