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Teacher Time Management

What does it take to be a teacher? Skill, education, and expertise, and a whole lot of time management. Teachers regularly juggle schedules that include lectures, classroom activities, one-on-one tutoring, grading, administrative meetings, parent interaction, coaching and extracurricular activities, and

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Upcoming Forum at UTD: Ensuring Children’s Success in School

The Center for Children and Families’ Annual Fall Forum brings together nationally and internationally renowned psychologists and developmental and educational experts from the community in examination of cross-cutting issues that can make a difference in the lives of children and

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Professor Al Otaiba’s Podcast with Learning Disability Quarterly

Learning Disability Quarterly (LDQ) publishes high-quality research and scholarship concerning children, youth, and adults with learning disabilities. Consistent with that purpose, the journal seeks to publish articles with the potential to impact and improve educational outcomes, opportunities, and services. Special Series:

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Teacher of the Year

We are so proud of one of our graduate students, Jorge Rivera. This spring it was announced that Mr. Rivera is being honored as Teacher of the Year at Lee A. McShan Elementary School! Mr. Rivera will be graduating next

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Teacher Shortage Areas

Teaching in a designated shortage area and/or in designated low-income district can potentially qualify you for LOAN FORGIVENESS. The Texas Education Agency announced over the summer six critical areas of need for teachers. The approved shortage areas for the 2013-2014

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