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The newest season of Circle Time Magazine, a professional development web series for early childhood educators created by

While nondominant families and communities can make powerful contributions to leading change in education, family-school relations today are too often limited by traditional power dynamics.

As a teacher in Atlanta, Jacob Hackett (PhD '16) saw a disproportionate number of his minority students placed in special education and segregated from the classroom.

When “A Place Called School” was published in 1984, the largest on-scene study of U.S.

Professor Nancy Hertzog, director of the University of Washington’s Robinson Center for Young Scholars, discussed the state of gifted education and how to open access to adva

Schools are a cornerstone of vibrant, thriving communities. They’re a place where children can challenge themselves, nurture their gifts and prepare to be active participants in a just and culturally-thriving democracy.

NOTE: Originally scheduled for Feb. 4, this event has been rescheduled for Feb. 25. Those who registered for the original event date are asked to please RSVP again.

Special education teachers frequently assume formal or informal leadership roles and responsibilities across disciplines, yet little research exists on the experiences and needs of teacher leaders within the diverse field of special educ

“Playful” and “energetic” can describe both a puppy and a young child. Both enjoy toys, running and being close to the ones they love.

The Washington state legislative session kicks off on January 14, and following a massive overhaul of Washington’s K-12 funding system to comply with the McCleary decision, the legislature will consider a number of proposals impacting ea