Professor Nancy Hertzog discusses the importance of advancing equity in gifted education and a recent conference on the subject hosted by the University of Washington.
State's gifted programs leave out black and Latino students
For black boys, just one black teacher may make a big difference
A recent report by the UW College of Education on the state of Washington's teacher workforce which found little progress in diversifying the profession is cited.
Some want to do more to teach children–and teachers–media literacy
Professor emerita Marilyn Cohen comments on the importance of teaching students how to be critical consumers and thoughtful producers of their own media—and the need for better preparing educators to do so.
The push to deregulate teacher preparation
Professor Ken Zeichner discusses the emergence of independent teacher preparation programs and concerns about their ability to prepare highly-qualified teachers to serve all children.
This budget cut stands to reduce young learners’ odds of escaping poverty
The University of Washington's P-3 Executive Leadership program is noted for engaging principals with other early childhood leaders in deep learning about early childhood development and strategies to better connect what comes before children enter kindergarten and the...
Dads Need Parent Training Too
Professor Holly Schindler discusses her research on helping fathers be more engaged, more confident parents by focusing on their strengths.
The Pop-Up Graduate School of Education Called Relay
Ken Zeichner, Boeing professor of teacher education, discusses the credentialing of educators and privatization of K-12 schools and teacher education.
An Interview with Kenneth Zeichner: Relay Graduate School of Education
Ken Zeichner, Boeing professor of teacher education, answer questions about Relay and the preparation of teachers.
UW retains top spots in U.S. News school rankings
The University of Washington College of Education's No. 9 ranking among the nation's top education schools, with six specialty programs receiving top 10 rankings, is noted.
Why placing students in difficult high school classes may increase college enrollment
Work by Steven Gering (EdD '09), a graduate of the UW's Leadership for Learning program, that contributed to a large increase in the percentage of Spokane Public School students attending college is cited.