AERA Highlight: Leadership development through design and experimentation

Apr 5 2019

Providing instructional vision and support for school leaders and teachers is a core responsibility of the central district office, yet district leaders themselves often have limited professional learning opportunities to engage in that work.

AERA Highlight: Co-designing professional development resources to support large-scale reform

Apr 6 2019

Implementing and sustaining high-quality teacher professional learning at-scale has perpetually challenged state education leaders, even as that work holds a critical role in educational improvement efforts.

AERA Highlight: Bringing translingual and transnational writing into the classroom

Apr 3 2019

While the number of multilingual students in public schools continues to rise, this cultural and linguistic diversity is rarely reflected in the ways that literacy teaching and learning are conceptualized in classrooms.

Researchers identify keys for school leadership that supports teacher growth

Apr 1 2019

As educators across Washington state continue to implement an ambitious new teacher and principal and evaluation system, a new study from the University of Washington outlines practical examples for how school leaders can productively support the professional growth of teachers.

UW faculty, alumni honored by AERA

Mar 21 2019

 

The outstanding scholarship of UW College of Education faculty and alumni will be recognized during next month's American Educational Research Association meeting in Toronto.

Those being recognized include:

UW College of Education ranked #14 in nation

Mar 12 2019

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of Washington College of Education No. 14 among the nation's best education schools—and No. 5 among education schools at public institutions—in its annual graduate school ratings, released March 12.

Dean Mia Tuan said the ranking underscores the College's commitment to equity-focused partnerships with schools and communities throughout Washington and beyond.

Podcast: Assessing the consequences of U.S. failure to pass a national education act

Mar 14 2019

As many European countries were establishing national education systems in the late 19th century, legislators in the United States failed to pass at least 20 different bills that would have done the same.

In a new podcast, Nancy Beadie, a professor of education history at the University of Washington College of Education, discussed the divergent paths taken by the U.S. and most European nations, the lingering repercussions for the U.S. educational system and more.

Podcast: Helping children with ASD build literacy skills

Mar 6 2019

A new study from the University of Washington College of Education offers new insights into the effectiveness of interventions designed to help young children with autism spectrum disorder develop into competent readers.

Professor Roxanne Hudson recently presented findings of her study comparing long-term outcomes from two emergent literacy interventions for preschool children with ASD at the annual meeting of the Council for Exceptional Children.

Communities co-design for more just family engagement

Mar 1 2019

This February, participants from across the country convened as part of the University of Washington-based Family Leadership Design Collaborative (FLDC) at El Centro de la Raza in Seattle to reflect on their collective learning and future directions for the field.

Education historian Nancy Beadie elected 2019 AERA Fellow

Feb 19 2019

Nancy Beadie, an education historian at the University of Washington College of Education whose scholarship exploring the creation and growth of American schools in the early national period overturned conventional wisdom, has been named a Fellow of the American Educational Research Association.