The UW College of Education's work helping Lakeridge Elementary create a professional learning community of educators is cited.
Lessons learned: Some common themes to improving schools
Alumnus, student recognized as Principals of the Year
Event: Does the U.S. push its students too hard — or too little?
Two recent documentaries on education in the U.S. — Two Million Minutes and Race to Nowhere — will be explored during a UW College of Education-sponsored film screening and panel discussion on Nov. 17.
Video: The Role of Families and Communities in Education
Professor Ann Ishimaru discusses how schools and communities are working together to develop innovative, inclusive programs that bring families, teachers and school leaders together.
Pre-K and K-12 leaders gather to talk consistency, collaboration
Early education and K-12 leaders from across the country participated in a conference hosted by UW's National P-3 Institute to brainstorm ideas for better linking early childhood learning with the K-12 education system.
Is Your Child Learning Next Generation Science at School?
Jessica Thompson describes science education in the age of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), focusing on the best way to mentor teachers and support students.
Is There An Upside To Screen Time? The Research And Reality Of Setting Limits
Professor Virginia Berninger discusses whether taking time to teach kids handwriting and cursive in school still has value.
Professor to speak at National Press Club
Professor Kristie Kauerz will speak at the National Press Club on Oct. 16 for the release of a new guide that will support principals in creating school conditions that support early learners’ needs.
Ms. Moore goes to Washington: Two Seattle teachers teach pols
UW College of Education graduate Rachelle Moore discusses her briefing with government officials on Capitol Hill about teacher preparation and the Seattle Teacher Residency.