Professor Ken Zeichner comments on a new effort of education school deans who are banding together with the aim of designing, validating and building support for a coherent set of teacher-preparation experiences.
Ed. School Deans Join Forces to Bolster Teacher Preparation
Pittsburgh Public Schools program turns teachers into pupils
The UW Center for Educational Leadership's coaching of teacher leaders in Pittsburgh Public Schools is cited.
Celebrating hope alongside demonstrations
Ed Taylor '94, vice provost and dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and professor of educational policy at the UW College of Education, reflects on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his continuing importance in 2015.
Athletes Connected seeks increased awareness of mental health
Professor Jennifer Hoffman comments on an NCAA-funded pilot project that seeks to increase awareness of mental health issues and promote positive coping skills among student-athletes.
Russell and Marshawn are stars, but so are Kenneth and John
’Twixt Scylla and Charybdis: Navigating the Paradoxes of Data Use, Accountability, and Program Improvement
Professor Cap Peck discusses how UW College of Education researchers have collaborated with AACTE to learn from teacher education programs that have developed strategies for navigating policy tensions related to collecting, reporting and acting on an array of program outcome measures.
Center for Educational Leadership providing training to Oregon administrators
More than 70 Oregon administrators will receive leadership training provided by UW's Center for Educational Leadership through the Chalkboard Project initiative.
John I. Goodlad, Progressive Educator, Dies at 94
The late professor's work, which included founding UW's Center for Educational Renewal to promote collaboration between schools and teacher-training institutions, is discussed.
Is Handwriting Going Away?
Professor Virginia Berninger discusses her research demonstrating the benefits of handwriting on cognitive development.
John Goodlad, an intellectual leader of the education reform movement, dies
The groundbreaking analysis of the culture of schools and the reasons for their failures done by the late UW College of Education professor is noted in an obituary.