Chad Lochmiller (PhD '10), whose research explores how leaders invest fiscal resources and develop human resources to support equitable teaching and learning has won the 2018 Jack A. Culbertson Award presented by the University Council for Educational Administration.
Lochmiller '10 wins Culbertson educational leadership award
The ethics of PTA fundraising
Tom Halverson, director of the UW Master's in Education Policy program, discusses disparities in PTA funding and the margin of perceived competitive advantage – the schoolchild version of “all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.”
Meet Mr. Tevis Bartlett, UW linebacker and student teacher
The Education, Communities and Organizations major is interning at Nathan Hale High School as he prepares for a career in teaching.
UW alum honored for work in education, environment and community
Jennie Warmouth (PhD '17) is a 2018 winner of The Patsy Collins Award for Excellence in Education, Environment, and Community in honor of her efforts to connect classroom learning to students’ environment and communities.
A Day at Daybreak Star Preschool
A documentary featuring Daybreak Star Preschool, which integrates Indigenous knowledge and practices in its curriculum, includes footage of Tess Gamez (MEd '16) and her students.
From Campus to Community
Joe Petrick (MEd '04), an alumnus of the UW and IslandWood's Education for Environment and Community graduate program, is now serving as vice president of field education at the Teton Sciences Schools.
New center to recognize American Indian and Indigenous Studies
The College of Education is one of several units across the UW involved in the new center, which will elevate existing research and community outreach activities.
How Campus Activism Changed the South
Professor Joy Williamson-Lott's new book "Jim Crow Campus: Higher Education and the Struggle for a New Southern Social Order," which explores the fight for academic freedom and free speech at colleges in the South in the 1960s and ’70s, is featured.
Talking about Race and Justice
Rebekah Gardea (MEd '17) is serving as diversity, equity, and inclusion coordinator at Seattle's Bertschi School, talking about justice, community and race with teachers, parents and students.
These Comeback Kids Don’t Bake Cookies: The Community-Based Transformation of an Urban School
The transformation of Seattle’s Rainier Beach High School and Professor Ann Ishimaru's recent paper in the Journal of Educational Administration exploring how local families, students and community members partnered with educators is featured.