Ken Zeichner, Boeing professor of teacher education, answer questions about Relay and the preparation of teachers.
An Interview with Kenneth Zeichner: Relay Graduate School of Education
Why placing students in difficult high school classes may increase college enrollment
Work by Steven Gering (EdD '09), a graduate of the UW's Leadership for Learning program, that contributed to a large increase in the percentage of Spokane Public School students attending college is cited.
Invisible Men: Black and brown males in the academy
Professor Joe Lott, who has helped establish a retention and graduation support program for male students of color at the UW called the Brotherhood Initiative, discusses his upcoming lecture.
New dean is sketching out a bright future
Alexander Sidorkin (PhD '96), recently named dean of Sacramento State University College of Education, is featured in a profile of his work.
A School Where Raising the Bar Lifts Hope
Work by Steven Gering (EdD '09), a graduate of the UW's Leadership for Learning program, as chief innovation and research officer for Spokane Public Schools is featured.
Serving the Education Ecosystem
Professor Susan Nolen served on the National Task Force on Assessment Education, which recently released a a guidance document for states and districts developing their ESSA plans and applications.
After-school Programs Foster STEM Skills
Bronwyn Bevan, senior research scientist with UW's Institute for Science and Math Education, discussed the importance of making STEM education accessible to all students during a recent event at the National Press Club.
Dads don't get enough attention when it comes to parenting
Professor Holly Schindler discusses her study of low income dads of color, which is exploring how to strengthen their parenting skills to more actively support their young children.
New report examines Washington's teacher workforce
UW College of Education researchers explore teacher retention and mobility in Washington state in a report that shows the workforce becoming younger and little progress in diversifying the state's teaching workforce.
Universal design approach can benefit all students
Sheryl Burgstahler, affiliate professor of education, comments on how a universal design approach to curriculum can contribute to a more inclusive learning culture.