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In 2019 the Washington Education Association (WEA) made a specific commitment to partner with researchers to address the barriers to educational justice that our state’s system of education pre

Cultivate Learning at the University of Washington has an exciting new resource, the Partnership for Pre-K Improvement (PPI) Toolkit, which is dedicated to improving equitable access to high-qua

Through dedication, compassion, and radical love, Dr. Edmundo Aguilar’s devotion to teaching is fueled by his students.

“There was never a time when we needed caretakers more than during the pandemic — we still need them,” says Seattle Public Schools (SPS) Chief Academic Officer Keisha Scarlett. “Families have skills and expertise as our first teachers.

As an artist, scholar, creative writer and educator, Dr. Lakeya Omogun makes it her mission within all these roles to shift ideas about identities, culture and language.

When parents first receive a disability diagnosis while struggling to manage challenging behavior, they urgently need information and support.

"Looking at Swuq'us from Pi'paam over Kwa'mutaun Xatsa. This photo makes me think of how each of those places hold names and stories older than my nation, and each name holds a legend of how it came to be.

"It was clear how much a space for her child mattered," says Cathi Davis, principal of Ruby Bridges Elementary in the Northshore School District. "Her whole demeanor changed when she realized that her child belongs here."

Three UW College of Education students have been named in this year's cohort of the

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Washington College of Education No. 5 among the nation’s best public education schools — and No.