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While the move to remote instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the work of educators and students alike, it’s also given many teachers an opportunity to think creatively about how they engage their students in productive

For future teachers, the beginning of their preparation program is marked by trepidation in the best of times.

While growing up in Seattle, Asiya-Bontu Mohammed actively worked to uplift the local Oromo community — an ethnic group from Ethiopia.

Four University of Washington College of Education students have been named in this year’s cohort of the Husky 100.

Across the United States, the rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the operations of school systems.

In 2017, a deadly wave of wildfires hit northern California, leaving many students and families in Zenia Lemos Horning’s (EdS ‘98) community homeless. 

In just a few weeks time, the COVID-19 pandemic radically transformed education in the United States, from preschool through higher education.

A recent award-winning study by University of Washington College of Education Assistant Professor Shaneé Washington explores the challenges and possibilities for Indigenous families, commun

The outstanding scholarship of University of Washington College of Education faculty, students and alumni has been recognized with several honors from the American Educational Research Association during its 2020 awards cycle.

"Literacy is power and freedom" reads a poster hanging prominently on the wall of Harpreet Parhar's classroom at Ballard High School in Seattle.

"That's what guides my work," said Parhar, an English language arts teacher.