“This is Key”: Highlights from the 2020 Autism Translational Research Workshop

Autism professionals outlined the key ingredients for helping children and adults on the spectrum

Whether at home, at school, or in therapy, there are little things that can make a difference when working with children with ASD.

A Tasty Art Show

The Student Art Gallery in the McKay School Showcases Food-Inspired Art from Lakeview Elementary

Sponsored by the BYU ARTS Partnership, the Student Art Gallery on the second floor of the McKay school will showcase art from students in the BYU-Public School…

The BYU–Public School Partnership Honored for Work as a Professional Development School

The BYU–Public School Partnership is honored by the NAPDS for work as a professional development school.

The BYU–Public School Partnership recently received the “Exemplary PDS Achievement” award for improving Utah public education at the National Association for…

Praising Students in a Classroom Setting Has Big Impact on Their Behavior

New research shows that as student praise increases, compared to reprimands they receive, so does their productivity in the classroom.

"Everyone values being praised and recognized for their endeavors - it is a huge part of nurturing children's self-esteem and confidence,"…

2020 Dolly Gray Award Winner

The Dolly Gray Award recognizes authors, illustrators, and publishers who portray individuals with developmental disabilities in children’s literature.

Dean Mary Anne Prater and Tina Taylor created the Dolly Gray Children’s Literature Award in 1999 to recognize authors, illustrators, and publishers for…

CPSE Research: How Books Can Help Children Cope with Military Deployment

Bibliotherapy may help children cope with parental deployment, CPSE research suggests.

Children’s books can be a great resource for children coping with deployed parents.