Breaking up and getting back together previously in your relationship was associated with more symptoms of psychological distress over a 15-month period.
Study findings can help teachers tailor support toward students who may not feel welcomed, as well as praise the prosocial behaviors they want their students to emulate.
Findings are important as more schools consider alternative disciplinary practices.
Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded the Missouri Language and Literacy Center (MLLC) a $50,000 grant to support youth literacy initiatives.
Columbia Public Schools educators were taught therapeutic art during a professional development session led by Mizzou College of Education & Human Development faculty.
Earlier this month, the College of Education & Human Development (CEHD) celebrated First-Generation College Students with special events and opportunities.
A reference from Mizzou’s legendary football coach was a catalyst in the career of a Hall of Fame golf coach Lowell Lukas.
The University of Missouri College of Education & Human Development’s accreditation is award-winning and places it in elite company with a select few programs across the nation.
The two new fellowships are the Margaret McLaughlin Faculty Fellowship in School Mental Health and the Dr. Lydia Walker Faculty Fellowship in Reading and Literacy Education.
A four-year, $2 million grant will help mid-Missouri teachers effectively engage and collaborate with parents.