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.
From Campus to Community
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.
UW Study Highlights Grassroots Effort To Turn Around Rainier Beach High School
A recent study by Professor Ann Ishimaru explored how members of Seattle's Rainier Beach community took the lead in saving their high school and transforming it into one of the highest-performing in the state.
Prop 1 aims to improve access to early learning
Professor Gail Joseph comments on a recent evaluation of the Seattle Preschool Program that shows children in the pilot program are making gains in every domain measured.
Seattle’s preschool program is improving, external evaluation shows
Results of an annual evaluation of the Seattle Preschool Program conducted by University of Washington researchers shows the quality of the subsidized program is on par with the most established Pre-K systems in the country.
Seattle should do better on pre-k funding
Shelby Parsons (MEP '18) argues that Seattle can use funds more efficiently to allow the city to serve more preschoolers who will benefit the most.
A look at the Seattle Preschool Program—and plans to expand it
Professor Gail Joseph comments on steady improvements that have been observed in outcomes for early learners participating in the Seattle Preschool Program.