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An innovative new project that leverages machine learning to assess mathematics lesson plan quality in the middle grades has been selected by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to receive a $1.5 million grant.
This new training program will prepare education researchers to use advanced supervised and unsupervised machine learning and natural language processing methods, along with human coding, to extract meaningful insights from education data.
The University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Excellence in Educational Leadership Award recognizes a practicing school administrator who has made a significant contribution to the improvement of leadership preparation and development.

The University of Washington College of Education has tied for No. 4 among the nation’s best public education schools — and tied for No. 11 among education schools overall — in U.S.

For years, Washington state has been a national leader in addressing the climate crisis, especially through climate science education.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for high-quality digital instructional materials has increased dramatically for K-12 educators.

By unapologetically coming into spaces, being ourselves and still using slang, showing a different perception of what it means to be a teacher, it switches the trajectory of what students can do with their own lives.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, she and Shorewood High School Principal Melyssa Stone worked to get more books in kids' hands when schools closed. This work was part of Shoreline's Black Voices initiative, an effort they helped to spearhead before the pandemic.
Child Care Aware and Cultivate Learning and their respective teams of coaches, researchers and data collectors had ideas on rethinking the program. They also saw an opportunity to review and rework what might be duplicative across teams.
What if instead of maximizing claims and capital as the goal, we imagined other possibilities? Having enough is important, and my enough is tied to the community around me. Three undergraduate programs were designed to offer alternatives to a claiming approach to knowledge.