The Center for Urban School Partnerships (CUSP) producers research and scholarship designed to inform researchers, educational personnel, and other stakeholders about teaching and learning within the urban school setting.
To accomplish this goal, faculty and staff at CUSP pursue the following tasks:
CUSP research explores the impact of various characteristics and social experiences on urban students' academic achievement, psychosocial development, and educational outcomes from pre-kindergarten through college.
The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice
The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice (NJUEP) is a peer reviewed journal. The Journal is committed to providing literature and resources that contribute to the building of urban professionals that are caring, committed, and culturally responsive.
NJUEP publishes conceptual, empirical, qualitative, and mixed methods articles that contribute to new knowledge and ideas in the quest for educating urban teachers and learners. It is printed and can be accessed online at https://journals.tdl.org/index.php/njuep/login .
Urban Education Issues in Texas and Nation
Graduate and undergraduate Student research Opportunities
Establish Landmark Urban Education Research Agenda at TAMU
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