A Seattle Times editorial by Dean Tom Stritikus argues that Waiting for Superman discussions should focus on training and hiring quality teachers for all classrooms.
Urgent education needs demand bold new thinking
Preschoolers learn about colors, play and differences
Parent Map feature on the EEU.
Methow Valley playground goes the natural way
Methow Valley Elementary School is moving towards an all natural playground. Brian Patrick, Danforth Danforth educational leadership program graduate and new principal at Methow Valley Elementary, is quoted.
Teachers embracing technology boom in the classroom
How can new technology benefit students and teachers? Steve Kerr talks video game activities.
Contreras and Varghese in OMA Publication
Frances Contreras and Manka Varghese were noted in the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity E-news.
Cameron McGregor Selected for Fulbright Scholarship
Congrats to Cameron McGregor, elementary ed student, on his Fullbright Scholarship! Cameron will will travel to the city of Elista in Southern Russia, north of Georgia, to teach American studies and culture to students between 10 and 14 years old, as well as university students.
Higher Education Journal Highlights NBPTS and National Board Certification
Michael S. Knapp served as co-guest editor for a special edition of Theory into Practice, a peer-reviewed journal hosted by The Ohio State University. Entitled?Accomplished Teaching as a Professional Resource?, the issue highlights National Board Certified Teachers as a resource for improving student learning and achievement. Mike co-edited with Mary E....
UW names Stritikus new education school dean
The University of Washington has named Tom Stritikus dean of the school?s college of education. Stritikus succeeds Patricia Wasley, who has been dean for the past 10 years and who will return to the school?s faculty. He?s currently the associate dean of academic programs and will take over on Sept. 16, subject to approval by the school?s board of regents...
Rising costs set to change the face of US higher education
As funding for public universities falls, poorer students will feel the pinch. William Zumeta is quoted.
It's about the kids: Refocusing central school district offices with teaching and learning in mind
UW profs urge central school district office personnel to get out to the schools in a new education report. The transformation was phenomenal, said one school superintendent who put the research into practice.