Graduate programs in teaching, learning and curriculum explore a range of approaches to the teaching and learning of powerful knowledge. With a shared commitment to equity, democracy and justice in education and society, we employ diverse disciplinary, theoretical and methodological approaches.

Students and faculty partner with communities, educators and youth to engage in research throughout the Puget Sound and beyond. Together, we reimagine, implement and study approaches to curriculum and instruction, moving the field toward more equitable outcomes for youth and their communities. Our graduates pursue work in a range of public and private settings as educators, instructional leaders, curriculum developers and researchers.

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