Marquita Prinzing '10, a fourth grade teacher at Dearborn Park Elementary, was among those featured during an evening of teacher storytelling on Feb. 25.
Photos, reaction from ‘Storytellers: Why I teach’
Schools using new tools to make teachers better
Leadership for Equity in Washington State
The College of Education's Danforth Educational Leadership Program is featured in an article about the important role that principals play in helping create equitable and socially just education institutions.
Alumnus to Receive AACTE Dissertation Award for Study of ‘Ambitious Practice’
David Stroupe '13 will be honored for his study "Students Drive Where I Go Next": Ambitious Practice, Beginning Teacher Learning, and Classroom Epistemic Communities, which examines ambitious practice of novice science teachers.
Editorial: Tweaking Seattle School Board governance could improve performance
UW Dream Project getting students to college, study shows
College-going rates for low-income and first-generation high school students in Seattle area schools are rising thanks to the efforts of the UW Dream Project, which is partnering with the College of Education to improve college access.
Early Education Pays Off with Big Special Education Savings Later
The Experimental Education Unit of the College of Education's Haring Center is cited for its pioneering research in inclusive education and its work with the state of Washington's early education quality ratings and improvement program.
Closing the Achievement Gap, One School at a Time
Professor Walter Parker discusses his work at the UW College of Education to design project-based AP courses as a means of boosting the academic success of minority students.
The Grass Ceiling
Professor Jennifer Hoffman comments on the lack of female coaches in high school sports.