UVA believes that a strong public education system is the critical foundation for any healthy democracy. We support public education across the Commonwealth by offering direct support for teachers, students, and schools and subject area support in Arts and Humanities and Sciences and Environment.
A "near-peer" mentoring model pairing recent college graduates with high school students of similar backgrounds.
Center focusing on out-of-school time, middle school, and civic and political community engagement.
Preparing students to become leaders in education.
Educational policy and labor in an era of globalization.
Providing gifted/high-ability students a rich and engaging learning experience.
Multidisciplinary, personalized assessment and intervention services.
Improve the lives of individuals with autism through intervention and training.
A state-of-the-art mixed-income model school for all children ages one to five.
Content-Rich professional development for K-12 Teachers.
A statewide initiative focused on school readiness and success.
Coaching academy for school leaders and teacher leaders.
A research-based mentoring program incorporating “best practices” in mentoring.
Arts and Humanities
Places college and university students to tutor in literacy and math.
Historical investigation, archaeological excavation, and community engagement for high school students.
The study, care, and celebration of art.
Indigenous Australian art and culture.
The State Humanities Council, telling the stories of all Virginians.
The nation’s flagship program for young writers.
Sciences and Environment
Research activities in the coastal bays, salt marshes, and barrier islands of the Eastern Shore.
Increasing understanding of the natural environment through research and education.
Local students developing database research skills.
Designed to enhance science education for elementary school students.
Providing training for students in science and engineering for high-tech jobs.
A summer residential program for highly motivated, rising high school juniors and seniors.
Educating and interesting the public, particularly children, in the wonders of the physical world.