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If We Remake Middle School, What Would That Mean for Teens?

During the past year of the pandemic, educators everywhere have been forced to reconsider what and how students need to learn. Before COVID-19 changed our everyday lives, there was a growing movement supporting the idea that middle school is due for a major redesign. Nancy Deutsch, the Linda K. Bunker Professor of Education at the […]

Never Too Old for Medical School

“We don’t care where you start. We care where you finish.” UVA’s Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program’s motto welcomes students pursuing medical careers via non-traditional paths. Susan Salko is the director, Jillian Golaszewski is the assistant director, and Dr. Robert Powers is a lecturer and medical advisor of this one-year program in the School of Continuing […]