Tumultuous moment highlights need to expand leadership in education

Jul 16 2019

At a moment in which immigrants, people of color and other marginalized groups face another wave of systemic violence, educational systems need new strategies to meaningfully engage families and communities contend researchers in a new policy memo released today by the University of Washington’s Family Leadership Design Collaborative and the University of Colorado Boulder’s National Education Policy Center.

Video chat: Why “college prep” isn’t enough

Jul 9 2019

In high schools across the United States, an almost singular focus on preparing students for traditional 4-year college degree programs fails to serve the majority of students argues University of Washington faculty member Thomas Halverson.

On July 30, Halverson will discuss how school systems can better support the diversity of students’ skills, interests and passions during a live chat starting at 11:30 a.m. Pacific on the College's YouTube Live channel.

Graduation ceremonies highlight Class of 2019's role in advancing educational justice

Jun 12 2019

More than 700 new educators, researchers and leaders were honored during the University of Washington College of Education’s graduation ceremonies on June 11, with speakers highlighting the Class of 2019’s power to advance educational justice.

UW joins new initiative to advance teacher and principal preparation grounded in the science of learning

Jun 10 2019

The University of Washington College of Education is among 15 programs in the country to serve as a founding program partner of the Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab), a new initiative announced today by the Learning Policy Institute and Bank Street Graduate School of Education.

Caring for every child

May 10 2019

For Gareth and his parents, Bill and Alyssa Sunderland, good days are precious.

“We knew something wasn’t right as early as seven months,” says Alyssa. Gareth was a happy baby who showed signs of growth and language development, but not in the usual forward trajectory. “He would say a word or gain a skill, then lose another,” she says.

Partnerships highlighted in 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase

May 9 2019

An afterschool STEM learning partnership between Neighborhood House and the University of Washington College of Education and a multi-state initiative to support mentor teachers are featured during the 2019 NSF STEM for All Video Showcase: Research & Design for Impact taking place May 13 to 20.

WATCH: Preparing asset-based equity oriented teachers

Apr 23 2019

Teacher educators from the University of Washington College of Education and Antioch University Seattle discussed their work to transform teacher preparation during a recent YouTube Live chat.

YouTube Live chat on preparing asset-based equity oriented teachers set for April 22

Apr 15 2019

Teacher educators from the University of Washington College of Education and Antioch University Seattle will discuss their work to transform teacher preparation during an April 22 YouTube Live chat.

Manka Varghese, associate professor of education at the UW, and UW College of Education alumni and Antioch faculty members Caryn Park (PhD '10) and Julia Daniels (PhD ‘18) will participate in the chat starting at 10 a.m.

AERA Highlight: The role of institutional centers in educational sovereignty, justice and liberation

Apr 9 2019

The leaders of institutional centers across the country that are working to advance educational justice shared their current efforts and opportunities for future work during the 2019 meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

AERA Highlight: Bringing translingual and transnational writing into the classroom

Apr 3 2019

While the number of multilingual students in public schools continues to rise, this cultural and linguistic diversity is rarely reflected in the ways that literacy teaching and learning are conceptualized in classrooms.