A group of teachers in the Puget Sound is working on developing more culturally responsive math lessons through EduDesign Lab, supported by the UW College of Education's INSPIRE Center.
Teacher-led training focuses on making math instruction more culturally responsive
Teens are increasingly depressed, anxious, and suicidal. How can we help?
Professor James Mazza comments on the need for schools to focus more on mental wellness and providing young people with skills to deal with the emotion disregulation they’ll experience during adolescence.
Will a fresh approach to reading instruction help children with dyslexia?
Professor emerita Virginia Berninger comments on the need for simple tests to screen for reading problems and implement interventions early in a child’s life.
For some Washington students with special needs, diagnosis is too late, help is too little
Professor Janine Jones, director of the UW's school psychology program, comments on the challenges facing Washington families in getting help for children with learning disabilities.
Joy Williamson-Lott named dean of UW Graduate School
Joy Williamson-Lott, who joined the UW College of Education faculty in 2007, has been named the next dean of the University of Washington’s Graduate School.
Segregated student's life changes after getting access to regular classrooms
Ilene Schwartz, director of the UW's Haring Center for Inclusive Education, comments on the importance of including students with developmental disabilities in general education classroom settings.
New Initiative To Advance Teacher and Principal Preparation Grounded in the Science of Learning
The UW College of Education is one of 15 of the nation’s leading teacher and principal preparation programs to be founding partners in the Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab).
Congratulations to all of the new graduates!
Erin Okuno, executive director of the Southeast Seattle Education Coalition and keynote speaker at the College of Education's 2019 commencement ceremony, shares her remarks.
Early Education Symposium Looks at Ways to Improve Programs
William White, a UW doctoral student in special education, recently spoke at a conference exploring opportunities to improve early education programs in central Virginia, with a focus on expanding access to high-quality programs.