The goal is to connect Texas families and school district partners with Aggie tutors who are committed to improving learning outcomes for P-12 students.
Friends & Former Students Tailgate
As a part of the College of Education and Human Development’s celebration of its 50th anniversary, we held a Friends & Former Students Tailgate before Texas A&M’s 45-14 win against UTSA on Saturday, Nov. 2.
We asked former students to share some of their fondest memories from their time with the college and how it has impacted their lives, and helped them impact the lives of others.Watch Video
Martha Muckleroy retires after 26 years with Texas A&M
Martha Muckleroy, director of Camp Adventure and instructional professor in the Physical Education Activity Program, retired after 26 years at Texas A&M on Aug. 31. She hopes to leave behind a legacy of cultivated relationships and instilling a love for lifetime fitness among her students and campers.
Why are some students forgotten in gifted education?
Dr. Karen Rambo-Hernandez, like many educators, is concerned with the disproportionate low representation of students from underrepresented groups.
We Teach Texas P12 Mentoring and Coaching Academy begins at Texas A&M
The first cohort included 79 educators from school districts across Texas in June and July.
Digital health technologies could remedy health care disparities for Black men
The Black Lives Matter movement continues to shed a light on the racial inequities that exist for Black Americans in every industry, organization and institution. Health education researcher Dr. Ledric Sherman said the health care industry is no different, and has work to do in the area of eliminating health disparities for Black men.