Kent Jewell, College of Ed staffer, was interviewed by UW News for a feature titled "Get your Gaelic on with Oran nan Car."
The legacy of Norris Haring, a University of Washington professor, celebrated pioneer of special education and fierce disability rights advocate, lives on after his recent passing.
Professor Meredith Honig, director of the UW's District Leadership Design Lab, comments on how equity officers can leverage their work throughout a school district's central office leadership.
Jesse Johnson, a graduate of the UW's Danforth Educational Leadership Program, will serve as state representative for Washington's 30th Legislative District.
On Monday, October 19th, Georgie Bright Kunkel will be featured on Evening Magazine on Channel 5 at 7:00 p.m. Georgie is the oldest standup comic in Seattle, has been a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, and has appeared with her chorale group at Carnegie Hall. Her first film, Caregiving Journey, will soon be ready for distribution. The film is a record of her caregiving experience with her late husband Norman C. Kunkel, also a UW graduate.
Professor Thomas Halverson discusses why schools should focus on making sure students are able to launch successfully when closures due to the coronavirus pandemic end.
Blog Post on the Equity Alliance by Ananda Marin, a postdoc at Northwestern who works closely with Dr. Megan Bang. Marin is currently engaged in a collaborative research project between the American Indian Center of Chicago, the Menominee Language and Culture Commission, Northwestern University, and the University of Washington in the design of culturally-based science programming. This community-based design research project aims to create science learning environments based on youth and families’ community practices. As a project member, she has served as a researcher, curriculum designer, and teacher.