Congratulations to Tom Nowak, seventh and eighth grade science teacher at Skyview, who is this year's recipient of the Washington State PTSA Outstanding Educator award!
Alum Tom Nowak is the Washington State PTSA Outstanding Educator
Rise in Diagnosed Developmental Delays Shows Need for More Support
Research released last week that showed 1 in 6 children are now diagnosed with developmental delays continues to raise questions about what this increase means for schools and families. Ilene Schwartz discusses the importance of this research.
Kelso School Board hires MacGregor as next superintendent
Rob MacGregor accepted the position of superintendent for the Kelso School District. MacGregor most recently served as Assistant Superintendent of the Renton School District in Renton, Washington. MacGregor served as an Assistant Superintendent in the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for the state of Washington from 2001-2006. He was...
Potlatch Fund Announces New Executive Director
Dana Arviso (Diné) beat out a national field of candidates for the executive director position at Potlatch Fund, a grant-making and leadership development organization serving Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana.
East Dallas couple with Down syndrome discovers joys, challenges of marriage
Austin Davenport, alum of the Experimental Education Unit, is featured in this news story about an East Dallas couple with Down syndrome.
Sam Odom Honored as Distinguished Alumnus
Dr. Sam Odom, Director of FPG Child Development Institute (FPG) and Professor at the School of Education at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, will receive the 2011 Distinguished Graduate Award from the University of Washington College of Education. The Distinguished Graduate Award was established in 1986 and is awarded annually to a College...
Patricia “Pat” Wasley Receives Distinguished Alum Award from Western Washington University
Pat Wasley, former dean and faculty member, will receive a distinguished alum award from Western Washington University tonight. Wasley, a graduate of the Woodring College of Education, was honored at a dinner on May 12, 2011.
Edmonds educator leaves legacy of literacy
Bonnie Campbell Hill, alumnus of the College of Education, passed away recently. As part of her legacy, she raised $500,000 for literacy projects in the third world in just six months.
University of Washington plans 'alternative' teacher certification
However many Teach for America recruits come to the Seattle area this fall, they'll likely earn their teaching certificates through a program at the University of Washington.
Morva McDonald Wins Sterling Munro Public Service Teaching Award
Morva McDonald is the recipient of the Sterling and Gene Munro Public Service Fellowship. The Fellowship is meant to encourage a life-long commitment to public service by providing outstanding undergraduates with the opportunity to explore their potential for service and leadership in the community. Munro Public Service Fellows are selected on the basis...