Dec 18 2019
IF YOU GO
Date: 6:30 p.m. February 27, 2020
Location: Burke Museum, 4300 15th Ave NE, Seattle
RSVP: Register online to ensure seating

Discover work taking place at critical junctures of education during the University of Washington College of Education's next EduTalks event, taking place February 27, 2020, at the Burke Museum.

Preparing and sustaining a more diverse educator workforce, improving early learning experiences, supporting robust climate science education, advancing the practice of instructional leadership — these issues and more will be tackled by UW researchers and local leaders, including Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau, during the event.

The theme of the event, “Tipping Points: Leveraging Change in Education,” will spotlight work with significant potential to improve young people’s educational experiences said UW College of Education Dean Mia Tuan.

“Our presenters are all leading efforts to transform public education and improve outcomes for students here in Washington state and beyond,” Tuan said. “I look forward to having educators, policymakers, advocates and everyone interested in advancing educational justice join the conversation about these big ideas and how to move them forward.”

Presented by the UW College of Education, EduTalks will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus (4300 15th Ave NE, Seattle). The event is free and open to the public. Attendees must register online to ensure seating. A dessert reception will follow the program with an opportunity to talk with the presenters. 

During the fast-paced program, presenters will have five minutes and one image to share their unique take on practices and policies that can address some of the biggest challenges in education. 

“Tipping Points: Leveraging Change in Education,” is supported by the University of Washington Alumni Association and ParentMap.

The UW College of Education’s EduTalks series features nationally-recognized researchers who partner with schools, communities and organizations to address the most pressing issues in education. Watch previous EduTalks online.

Contact

Dustin Wunderlich, Director of Marketing and Communications
206-543-1035, dwunder@uw.edu

Thank you to our EduTalks 2020 sponors.