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Chelsea Walker-Griner, a 2011 Gates Millennium scholarship recipient, will graduate with an educational specialist degree in teaching English to speakers of other languages from the School of Education on Dec. 11.
Five coaches and 37 teachers attended a virtual summer learning program through the IMPACT-PD grant to learn how to best teach dual-language students.
UAB School of Education professor hopes to grow a national mentor program for literacy and language scholars of color.
The School of Education’s English as a Second Language teacher education program received national recognition from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation, assuring that future graduates from the program will be successful when teaching.
This free online resource connects children with strategies and interventions to further their reading during the COVID-19 pandemic.

An article highlighting the importance of play in a child’s education and development selected as the 2019 Most Outstanding Article by journal.

English language learners in the Greater Birmingham area are invited to take free classes to enhance their conversational skills at UAB.   

Teach children about hygiene and germs in the classroom and at home.
Identify reading difficulties and connecting them with strategies and interventions is the goal of a free online tool from UAB.
Students can advance their knowledge in their desired field through four new graduate certificates in health coaching, teaching multilingual learners, clinical mental health counseling and supporting individuals with exceptionalities.
A UAB female student-athlete has been named a finalist for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award, recognizing her academic, athletic, leadership and community service success.
English language learners in the Greater Birmingham area are invited to take free classes to enhance their conversational skills at UAB.
UAB and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education have partnered on a grant that enables preschool educators to help their English-learning students with proven positive results.
Students entering kindergarten who were behind in their social-behavioral development were more likely to be held back, suspended or expelled in the future.
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