Stephan Blanford (EdD '11), a former Seattle Public Schools board member and equity consultant, writes about the need for a new science curriculum in Seattle Public Schools as the district underperforms neighboring districts.
Opinion: Seattle students deserve a new science curriculum
Forget 'sit-and-get': 3 approaches are transforming professional development
A program developed by UW faculty members Kathleen Artman Meeker and Nancy Rosenberg that enables the remote delivery of real-time coaching is highlighted in a story about how technology is making it easier to provide relevant professional development to educators.
Microcampuses aim to bolster community connections
The College of Education is a partner in the recently-opened Othello-UW Commons, highlighted in a story about new ways that universities are partnering with their communities.
Seattle’s Rainier Beach High earns national spotlight in HBO show
Professor Ann Ishimaru's recently published paper in the Journal of Educational Administration about the transformation of Rainier Beach, which was featured on ‘Wyatt Cenac’s Problem Areas,’ is noted.
Centering Native knowledge and ways of being
A gathering organized by the UW College of Education that highlighted the work of Native teacher education cohort programs partnering with tribal communities to center Indigenous knowledge in education is featured.
Social emotional learning in middle school
Professor James Mazza discusses his work developing a social emotional learning curriculum to help middle school students regulate their emotions so they can succeed academically and in their lives.
Gift for education raises expectations that are hard to attain
Ken Zeichner, Boeing Professor of Teacher Education Emeritus, comments on the importance of creating structures to address the underlying challenges in educational systems.
Seattle teachers go to prison to get schooled
Teachers-in-training from the Seattle Teacher Residency, one of the University of Washington's teacher preparation programs, visit with members of the Black Prisoners Caucus at the Monroe Correctional Complex.
Emerging Multilingual Students and the NGSS Classroom
Enrique Suárez, a post-doctoral scholar with the UW's Institute for Science + Math Education, discusses how teachers can support emerging multilingual students during science instruction in elementary classrooms.
Were all your teachers white?
Work by Robin DiAngelo, affiliate associate professor of education, is referenced in a story about the diversity gap in the teaching profession.