News Features

As the newly appointed Endowed Professor of Teacher Education and Teacher Learning for Justice, Professor Betina Hsieh is on a mission to make sure educators feel seen, heard, known and respected.
Nestled in the vibrant University of Washington Quad, the Brotherhood Initiative (BI) stands not just as a learning community but as a beacon of hope and transformation for young men of color.
Applying a Chicanx decolonial and humanizing framework, the course encourages students to discover the transformative potential of teaching and organizing, equipping them with the tools to bring about positive social change in their communities.
As the newly appointed Kerry and Linda Killinger Endowed Chair in Diversity Studies, Professor Ann Ishimaru looks forward to continuing her work convening collaborative spaces of research and inquiry to advance educational justice.
During in-person and virtual sessions offered over multiple days in early November, early childhood administrators, coaches, behavior specialists and state teams focused on specific aspects of Pyramid Model implementation and systems-level supports.
AWSP is a K-12 organization and each year recognizes two winners, one elementary and one secondary principal, as its Washington State Principals of the Year.
When it comes to university programs offering degrees and credentials for improving mental health in schools, the UW’s School Psychology program provides something unique.
As the U.S. is facing another literacy crisis, particularly with the Science of Reading, Lakeya Afolalu has a solution. It’s to challenge schools and society to redefine literacy.
Alumna Tianna Mae Andresen has been busy since graduating from the University of Washington, where she double majored in Education, Communities and Organizations (ECO) and American Ethnic Studies.
Alumna Dr. Erin Riesland has received a Fulbright Specialist Program award to complete a project at SayPro in South Africa that aims to exchange knowledge and establish partnerships.