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Noah Zeichner '04 is one of 50 finalists for a $1 million award designed to be the Nobel Prize of education.

The following joint statement was made in honor of Dr. John Goodlad, who passed away Nov. 29, 2014.

John Goodlad, influential educational researcher and teacher whose work over the last 60 years has had a major impact on schools and the education of educators, died on Nov. 29 at his home in Seattle.

Good food is fuel for learning says Christine Tran, a University of Washington doctoral student studying Educational Leadership, Policy &

Selma Powell joined the UW College of Education in September as director of the Special Education Teacher Preparation Program.

UW College of Education students La’akea Yoshida and Christina Black dreamed of doing a world of good as educators.

Elham Kazemi, Geda and Phil Condit Professor in Science & Math Education, has received the Washington Educational Research Association's 2014 Distinguished Paper Award for

In her 11 years as a teacher, Kate McMullen has regularly found herself called upon to serve as a leader.

Sixteen of the University of Washington College of Education's doctoral students will discuss their research projects on Nov.

Most children in the United States grow up in communities where concern for their education doesn't start until they enter the K-12 school system. Yet by that time, a vast amount of mental development has already taken place.