Curenton and colleagues collaborating to create classroom assessment instrument to evaluate sociocultural interactions in early childhood classrooms

A group of researchers from multiple universities are collaborating to create a classroom assessment instrument that could be used by researchers and educators to evaluate the sociocultural interactions in early childhood classrooms. Bloustein School Associate Professor Stephanie M. Curenton, along with colleagues Bryant Jensen of Brigham Young University, Tonia Durden of the University of Nebraska—Lincoln, […]

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How school learning environment affects academic achievement—education policy research for future generations

Bloustein School Associate Professor Stephanie M. Curenton was recently selected as a Chancellor’s Scholar at Rutgers. Created through the New Brunswick Strategic Plan to recognize truly outstanding and highly promising scholars at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, each of the Chancellor’s Scholar awardees will receive $5k for innovative research initiatives and/or program development for up to five years. […]

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Bloustein professor Curenton discusses White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans

Bloustein Assistant Professor Stephanie Curenton and Iheoma U. Iruka, Associate Director and Scientist at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, served as guest bloggers on the NIEER blog, Preschool… today! They discussed the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans and what the initiative can mean for early childhood education, by focusing on what educational structures are needed to ensure African […]

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