The University of Washington College of Education is home to more than a dozen major research and service initiatives directed at unlocking the full potential of every child. UW researchers foster deep partnerships with schools, educators and communities to solve real-world educational challenges and create a more equitable education for all.
A central location for partnerships, program development, and collaborative research with early childhood through university educational settings that sustain Native, Black, Latinx, and Asian and Pacific Islander young people across Seattle, urban and rural Washington, nationally, and globally.
The DO-IT Center uses grant funds for interventions to increase the success of students with disabilities, especially in STEM studies and careers.
Knowledge in Action developed three entirely project-based AP courses (U.S. Government & Politics, Environmental Science and Physics).
Unite:Ed is an alliance between the University of Washington College of Education and community and education partners. In service of communities experiencing structural inequity in education, we join together to exchange knowledge and co-design justice-centered strategies that improve educational systems and create better futures for children and youth.