Gender and culture affect science research on a fundamental level, Professor Megan Bang argues in an article about the importance of learning science from multiple perspectives.
Point of View Affects How Science is Done
Research on brain activity delivers lessons on how kids learn
In light of Ferguson, students of Seattle's least white high school talk about race
Christina Black '14 says discussing race openly and early in the school year helps her build relationships with students at Seattle's Rainier Beach High.
Here's who you think has courage
Professor Kenneth Zeichner is cited as an author of an Urban Teacher Education Consortium position paper on the training of teachers.
To Infinity and Beyond: Understanding Your Child’s Universe of Learning
Professor Elham Kazemi discusses how children can best learn mathematics concepts and what parents can do to help in that process.
Schools Try New Strategies For Engaging 'Non-Dominant' Parent Communities
Professor Ann Ishimaru discusses local and national efforts to change the ways that schools engage with parents in an interview picked up by NPR's All Things Considered.
South King County schools see big wins getting immigrant parents involved
A UW College of Education report examining the implications of “non-dominant” parent involvement in schools for equity in education is cited, with comments from Professor Ann Ishimaru.
Professor participates in White House symposium
Professor Ann Ishimaru was invited to join administration officials for the White House Symposium on Transformative Family Engagement on July 31. Ishimaru and others attending the event discussed how to achieve educational equity for children through transformative family engagement.
Going Professional: The Ins and Outs
The College of Education's innovative Seattle Teacher Residency, which enables teacher candidates to teach alongside a mentor in urban schools while earning a master’s in education, is cited for putting teachers on a higher salary scale and opening job opportunities.