New K-12 science standards add focus on practices, engineering and early learning

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The National Academy of Sciences recently released an updated national vision for K-12 science education learning goals. The latest version, made public April 9, was developed by a national team with input from thousands of teachers, scientists and other stakeholders, including Philip Bell, director of the University of Washington's Institute for...

College Presidents, at Any Level, Face Sports Challenges

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

John Thelin highlights the work of the Center for Leadership in Athletics in an Op-Ed on college sports. Thelin is a professor of educational policy studies at the University of Kentucky. 

The Latest on Multicultural Education

Friday, May 17, 2013

Dr. James Banks on TriStates Public Radio, speaking about multicultural education. 

UW Education's Tom Stritikus says guiding teachers is key

Monday, May 13, 2013

“Education Conversations” is an occasional series from The Seattle Times editorial board, highlighting the latest thinking in education. In this new video, Dean Stritikus says it’s time to shift the way we think about the profession and incorporate early learning into basic K-12 education in Washington state. He’s also critical of the region’s growing...

Dream Project awarded the Doug Mason Memorial Award

Monday, May 6, 2013

Dream Project receives the Doug Mason Memorial Award from the Municipal League. Written by Dream Project High School Lead Manager Emily Tran.

Five high school teachers are the recipients of the Northwestern University Distinguished Secondary Teacher Awards

Monday, May 6, 2013

Five high school teachers who have had a transformative effect on the lives of their students received the Northwestern University Distinguished Secondary Teacher Awards.  David Quinn, a UW Teacher Education Program '97 grad is honored. 

Moving education theory from the lab to the classroom

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Pay attention to the American Educational Research Association, writes columnist Lynne K.Varner. The ideas and trends discussed by its members today will be part of the education-policy debates of tomorrow. Margery Ginsberg is featured for her work with Cleveland High School and a recent AERA award. 

Steve Fink & Ann O’Doherty on the Principal Preparation Guarantee

Friday, April 19, 2013

In this episode of Eduleadership Radio, Steve Fink and Ann O’Doherty a first-of-its kind guarantee for principal preparation.

Best Reference of 2012

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Library Journal, names 'Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education' one of the "Best References of 2012." Edited by Dr. James A. Banks, "This landmark study serves both as a history of where we’ve been and a...

The Path to Lifelong Success Begins with P-3

Monday, April 1, 2013

Dr. Kristie Kauerz has written a feature about early learning in Principal Magazine. The experiences that children have early in life shape whether their foundation for later learning is sturdy or fragile. Kauerz writes about the latest developmental science in this area.