Degrees & Programs
- Peabody Library
- Emergency Information
- For Admitted Students
- For Prospective Students
- For Researchers
Peabody on Video
News more news
- 3.21.17 iris center annual report indicates strong growth and demandDemonstrating its widespread appreciation by educators for its largely free content, the Peabody College IRIS Center continues to grow and finds its online content in high demand.
- 3.17.17 Vanderbilt humphrey fellows to visit dollywood, vol stateVanderbilt's eighth cohort of Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows will visit Eastern Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains. They will will enrich their nine-month immersion into educational policy and practice by participating in Dollywood's annual Festival of Nations.
- 3.8.17 free screening of film 'hidden figures'Peabody Professor Nicole Joseph led a post-screening discussion of the Academy Award-nominated film. The screening took place in the Sarratt Cinema March 19.
- 3.8.17 Peabody presentations at the AEFP Annual ConferenceOver 40 Peabody faculty, researchers, and graduate students will present their work at the Association of Education Finance and Policy's conference later this month in Washington, D.C.
- 3.1.17 Popularity by the click - Peabody faculty articles among AERA's most readThe American Educational Research Association released its list of "most read" academic articles, and research by Peabody's faculty once again makes the list.
- 2.21.17 Peabody's Heinrich named aera fellowCarolyn J. Heinrich, a professor of public policy and education at Peabody, is among 14 scholars selected as 2017 fellows by the American Educational Research Association.
- 2.21.17 New system will guide behavior analysis in the classroomEducators will soon have a tool to help them better understand what's causing problem behaviors in elementary school students who have disabilities - and implement individualized interventions, thanks to a study led by Peabody Prof. Blair Lloyd.
- 2.15.17 Teacher turnover rates critical in TN Turnaround effortsTeacher turnover is playing a critical role in Tennessee's ambitious efforts to improve its lowest performing schools, according to a new report by researchers from Peabody College and the University of Kentucky.
Upcoming Events more events
- 03/30/2017 — 7:00 p.m.
Phil Yu - Dean's Diversity Lecture
- 04/03/2017 — TBA
Neuroimaging Training at Vanderbilt University (April 3rd-7th)
- 04/03/2017 — 3:00 p.m.
Dept. of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations Spring Colloquium Series
- 04/05/2017 — 3:00 p.m.
'College Outsourced? The Family-University Partnership and Its Costs'
Top-ranked college of education and human development in the United States
$2.5 Million grant supports study examining link between math and reading comprehension
A research project working to identify the role language comprehension plays in math problem-solving and reading comprehension will continue its work thanks to a four-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Study finds Common Core's take on fractions is on target
A Peabody College study suggests the Common Core State Standards recommendations for teaching math - particularly fractions - is quite effective. Peabody's Lisa Fazio is lead author of the study.
Early math knowledge related to later achievement
A new longitudinal study by Peabody College finds that children's math knowledge in preschool is related to their later achievement - but not all types of math knowledge were related equally.
App will help children with disabilities and challenging behavior
A $1.5 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences will help develop a smart phone app for use by parents of young children with disabilities.
Report: Spending more on pre-K doesn't guarantee success
America has been too quick to invest in prekindergarten programs without a clear strategy for success, according to a new report from the Peabody Research Institute.