Sitting at the Feet of the Elders
Building futures for the next generation
Eight doctoral students were selected as members for cohort 5
Google donated $400,000 to grow the new STEP CS program
Centering student voice to transform leadership practices
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) selected Soojin Oh Park, assistant professor at UW College of Education, to serve as consulting editor for the organization’s flagship, peer-reviewed journal, Young Children, as well as
For the past two years, Molly Shea has worked with a group of after-school educators, artists, computer scientists, and researchers to design new digital-making activities for young children that are approachable, of interest, and expand their understa
The recently launched My Brother’s Teacher Project is led by William White, a doctoral candidate in early childhood special education at the UW College of Education. White is the director of My Brother's Teacher at Cultivate Learning
Alum Amy Peterson strives to make her science classroom a space where every student is challenged and comfortable sharing their ideas.
In the 2020-21 edition of Research That Matters magazine, the University of Washington College of Education explores what it means to engage in equitable community research partnerships.