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From Philadelphia to Detroit to Cape Town, Dana Nickson’s passion for working with and learning from youth and families has inspired her scholarship.

As an undergraduate, Tomas de Rezende Rocha was drawn to teaching by his interests in humanistic psychology and contemplative practices.

In a new podcast, Keisha Scarlett (EdD '18), chief of equity, partnerships and engagement at Seattle Public Schools, discusses the

Oscar Olvera Astivia discovered the field of educational measurement during his undergraduate studies thanks to a multiple-choice midterm that left him wondering how to calculate the

As a first-generation Mexican-American, Yasmeen Pelayo didn’t speak Spanish fluently until high school. Lacking the ability to speak the language was damaging to her identity as a Mexican-American. 

While the COVID-19 pandemic has presented numerous challenges to school districts across the nation, a new policy brief from University of Washington College of Education researchers outlines how district leaders are reshaping policies a

The University of Washington today announced a $6 million anonymous gift earmarked to bolster diversity in the education workforce, a key driver in ultimate K-12 student success, especially for students of color.

University of Washington College of Education Professor Chun Wang has received a $764,000 federal grant to develop and disseminate more efficient statistical models and

Long before joining the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as a senior program officer, Amber Banks (PhD ‘17) was a special education teacher in Los Angeles.

In an op-ed published by The Seattle Times, University of Washington College of Education Dean Mia Tuan, along with Federal Way Public Schools Supe