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Stamford Advocate

Ken Zeichner, Boeing professor of teacher education, comments on the lack of peer-reviewed evidence supporting the efficacy of an alternative teaching certification program.

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Education Week

A recent study by Professor Min Sun showing that student learning is a function of the combined effort of many teachers is cited in a story about teacher collaboration.

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Renton Reporter

Michelle Zimmerman (MEd '07, PhD '11), director of innovative teaching and learning sciences at Renton Prep, helps students harness the power of data in their learning.

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Hechinger Report

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.

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KUOW

Professor Filiberto Barajas-López discusses his work with educators at Chief Sealth International High School to examine students' experiences at the school and how to improve the school community.

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Hechinger Report

Katie (Erickson) Ward (MEd '14) teaches at Hope Academy, an alternative program for ninth- and 10th-graders at Sequim Senior High School that offers an alternative for kids who struggle in standard classrooms.

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Education Dive

Professor Kristie Kauerz comments on what it means to be an early-childhood education professional and the importance of continuity across the entire P-20 education continuum.

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U.S. News & World Report

Ziyan Bai, a doctoral student in educational leadership and policy studies, discusses her work as a graduate staff assistant for the University of Washington Graduate School.

 

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Seattle Times

Mark Mitsui was named to serve as deputy assistant secretary for community colleges in the U.S. Department of Education. Mark is a College of Education alum, 2003. He has been instrumental in working with UW's GO-MAP and the Graduate School in helping to build pathways for graduate students who are interested in teaching at the community college level at North Seattle Community College.

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Stockholm University

Professor Susan Sandall will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Stockholm for her work developing effective special educational adaptations in inclusive settings.