Professor Ilene Schwartz, director of the UW's Haring Center for Research and Training in Inclusive Education, comments on the importance of inclusive education to improve student outcomes.
Kids with special needs often denied right to learn in general classes
Using project-based learning to teach the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Doctoral student in multicultural education Robert Keener discusses how project-based learning is a powerful tool teachers can use to help students engage with difficult topics.
Colleges focus on helping students graduate on time
Ed Taylor (PhD '94), vice provost and dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and professor of education, discusses efforts at the University of Washington to improve the four-year graduation rate.
‘Meaningful Makeover’ show brings reality-TV spin to early learning
A web series from the UW College of Education's Cultivate Learning institute shows easy and affordable ways to create a space for young children that is conducive to learning.
Invest in our children
Julie Ann Campos, a master’s in education policy student at UW College of Education, writes about the importance of the Seattle Preschool Program in a letter to the editor.
Center for Multicultural Education hosts 30th symposium
Friends, family, colleagues, students and alumni gathered to celebrate the service of Professor James A. Banks, founding director of the Center for Multicultural Education.
Special needs or not, let kids learn together
Professor Ilene Schwartz discusses the importance of creating inclusive education environments in children's earliest years.
An Interview With Ken Zeichner on Independent Teacher Education
Diane Ravitch shares and comments on Boeing Professor of Teacher Education Ken Zeichner's recent NEA Today interview on independent teacher preparation programs.
2018 Awards of Excellence recipients announced
Professor Gail Joseph has received the UW's 2018 David B. Thorud Faculty Leadership Award in honor of her exceptional ability to lead, serve, inspire and collaborate with broad impact.
GO-MAP provides community and support
First-year education graduate student Alina Aleaga comments on her experience serving as a staff assistant at the Unversity of Washington's Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP).