Cristina Gaeta (PhD '16), director of multicultural outreach and recruitment at the UW, comments on building community for students of all backgrounds on campus.
New freshman class highlights admissions diversity efforts
Why You Should Always Apply to Reach Schools
Rhoan Garnett, a PhD candidate writing his doctoral dissertation about the phenomenon of “undermatch,” comments on why high-achieving students, especially students of color, don’t apply to the institutions that best fit their academic profiles.
Teacher evaluation study shows need for continuous professional development
Patty Maxfield (EdD '15) with the UW Center for Educational Leadership provides commentary on the policy implications of a recent study on the impact of Washington State's teacher evaluation system as a support for continuous growth.
Alum named distinguished principal
Adina Brito (MEd '96), principal of Evergreen Elementary in Shelton School District, was recently named to the 2017 Class of National Distinguished Principals.
Educators, research partner to change how science is taught
A partnership between Seattle Public Schools and the UW College of Education is helping teachers prepare to use "Next Generation" science in their classrooms.
One program says practice makes perfect for principals
Ken Zeichner, Boeing professor of teacher education, comments on concerns about assessing the quality of preparation programs for teachers and principals.
How institutional scripts impact parent-teacher engagement
Professor Ann Ishimaru discusses findings from her recent paper about how institutional scripts impact parent-teacher engagement and more.
Teachers and Researchers Team Up to Teach NGSS-Style Science
A partnership between Seattle Public Schools, UW College of Education researchers and the Teaching Channel is helping teachers change the way they teach science.
Meet the Early Achievers data collection team
Jessica Deang (BA '15), an Early Achievers data collector at the UW's Cultivate Learning, shares her perspective on her work with early learning and care providers in Washington state.
Literacy Builds Life Skills as Well as Language Skills
A recent study by UW researchers of schoolchildren's reading and writing activities at home, their school progress and their skills is highlighted.